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1857-1922 

LAWRENCE COLLEGE 
ALUMNI RECORD 










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ORDER OF CONTENTS 

Editorial Note 7 

Early History of Lawrence by its first Principal, Rev. 

William Sampson 9 

Early History of Lawrence by its second President, Dr. 

Russell Z. Mason 2 2 

How Appleton Looked in 1849 28 

The First Subscriptions 3 

Boston Lends a Hand 34 

An Early Announcement 35 

First Conference Report 36 

Address Delivered at the Laying of the Corner Stone of 

Main Hall, by Rev. Alfred Bronson, A. M 37 

The First College Commencement — Invitations and 

Programs 4 2 

Other Early Programs 4 9 

They Had Their Fun in the Early Days 52 

Clipping from Milwaukee Sentinel of Feb. 16, 1856 58 

Lecture, '"Importance and Claims of the Lawrence Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin" delivered in the East, 1859, 

1860, by Rev. Reeder Smith 61 

Some Songs of Long Ago 85 

Celebration of the Seventv-fifth Anniversary June 5, 6, 

1922 91 

The Anniversary Song. "Fair Lawrence" 94 

Silas Evans' Address of Congratulation ••.... 95 

The Founding and the Founder, by Rev. Edward Blake- 
man, D. D. '67 9 6 

Poem, "Lawrence," Mrs. Jessica North McDonald, '17. .106 
Lawrence, Its Service in State and Church, Rev. Alpheus 

Triggs, '08 108 

The Pageant, "The March," Mrs. Laura Lummis Schutz, 

'03 114 

The Banquet Toasts, 

Rev. Henry Colman, D. D. '5 7 155 

Mrs. Lucinda Darling Colman, '57 15 7 

Judge O. T. Williams, '72 160 

Mrs. Fanny Kennish Earl, '7 7 162 

Dr. James R. Arneill, '90 166 

Rev. Herbert Sawyer, '09.. 174 

Extract from the Presidents Report for 1921-1922 178 

Some Achievements of Law r rence in 1921-1922 184 

Lawrence Debate Record for the Past Twelve Years. . . .188 

The World War 19 2 

The Faculty of Lawrence 197 

Trustees of Lawrence 221 

Visitors of Lawrence 226 

Honorary Degrees 233 

The Alumni 23 7 

Old Students 518 

Index by States 561 

Alphabetical Index 596 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 

Recitation Hall, Frontispiece 

Lawrence Memorial Chapel 17 

Miss Emeline Crook 27 

Peabody Hall 32 

Brokaw Hall 60 

Dr. Russell Z. Mason 67 

Dr. George M. Steele 76 

Dr. E. D. Huntley 84 

Lawrence as Planned 90 

Lawrence in 185 6 105 

Russell Sage Hall 113 

The Library 167 

Appleton, 1859 176 

Ormsby Hall 187 



EDITOR'S NOTE 



The first issue of the Alumni Record was published in 
1905, under the able editorship of E. P. Humphrey, '85. A 
second edition was published in 1915, edited by the president. 
It has been thought that since the present year is the seventy 
fifth anniversary of the founding of the college, it would be 
especially fitting to publish another edition, giving the prin- 
cipal addresses of the celebration, and bringing the record of 
the classes down to date. It is regretted that the excellent 
anniversary address of Bishop Homer Stuntz is not available 
for publication. 

We regret the incomplete nature of the record of our 
graduates. This is due to the fact that in spite of several 
letters sent out no replies from some graduates were 
received. No book of this kind can be accurate without the 
co-operation of those whom it seeks to serve. If our grad- 
uates would realize that there are classmates and former 
teachers who are interested in them, and any news is better 
than no news, the task of the editor would be greatly simpli- 
fied. It is a difficult task, also, to keep the correct addresses 
of graduates, as very few ever notify the college office of a 
change of residence. It takes a large amount of effort to 
learn the whereabouts of many of them, labor and time 
which could be saved by a little thoughtful consideration. 

Anyone who notices errors, or can supply missing ad- 
dresses, either of graduates or former students, will confer 
a great favor by writing the college office. We would espe- 
cally call attention to the fact that this edition of the record 
contains the addresses of former students as far as known. 
It would be a great satisfaction to us to have this list ex- 
tended by additional names being sent in by any who know 
the whereabouts of others. 

Samuel Plantz 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



BRIEF SKETCHES OF THE EARLY 

HISTORY AT LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY 

By William H. Sampson 
First Principal of Laivrence Institute 

Born, as was Methodism, in a University, it is no marvel 
that her sons should be ambitious to maintain her worthy 
origin, and labor to exalt her everywhere to a noble destiny 
in all departments of letters, and the sciences. It is gratify- 
ing to know that in the march of our western civilization her 
children have kept pace with the demand to furnish educa- 
tional facilities for the population. It is difficult to estimate 
the importance of this work in a republic like ours where the 
sovereignty is vested in the people and the perpetuity of our 
civil and religious institutions depends on virtue and intelli- 
gence. Neither is it a trifle to determine where the location 
of our literary and scientific foundations will be the most 
serviceable to the public in the settlement of a new country. 
There are always enough to enlighten Providence in the mat- 
ter and sometimes these selfish purposes are overruled by one 
whose omniscience scans the future and plans in spite of 
human frailty. For several years before a providential open- 
ing seemed to occur for commencing such an enterprise in 
Wisconsin under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal 
church, there was a prayerful anxiety on this subject; sev- 
eral of us had talked the matter over but could fix on no defi- 
nite plan or location. We concluded that a college for both 
male and female students where each and all should be en- 
titled to equal educational advantages was a desideratum. 
Wisconsin was included in the Rock River Conference in 1844 
when I was appointed to the Green Bay District which ex- 
tended from Whitewater to Green Bay, and from Sheboygan 
to Portage City. About this time the necessity of forming 
a Wisconsin Conference began to be discussed and more par- 
ticular interest was felt by those designing to remain therein 
in reference to its educational facilities. 



10 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

In the spring of 1846 I received the following communi- 
cation from H. Eugene Eastman, Esq., of Green Bay: 

Elder Wm. H. Sampson, Dear Sir: I am in receipt of a 
letter from a gentleman in Boston, whose name I am not at 
liberty to disclose, containing the following proposition, 
which I take the liberty of tendering to you, to be submitted 
to your annual Conference, should you see fit to do so: "If 
there is any certainty of a vigorous co-operation of any other 
body, lay or clerical, I should be willing to put such a sum of 
money in the hands of Trustees as placed at interest will in 
ten years amount to $10,000, and also give (provided there 
should be no failure in case of my death) the sum of One 
Thousand Dollars yearly for ten years toward securing a com- 
petent salary to such instructors as may be required, or if 
necessary, I will pay the $10,000 in cash now to secure the 
desired object. But all this is founded on the expectation of 
a similar sum from other quarters. I should have a high 
opinion of the adaptation of the principles of the Methodists 
to the people of the west, and I think that from all that I can 
learn, that their institutions are carried on with more vigor, 
and diffuse more good with the same means than any others. 
It seems to be decided by experience that all literary institu- 
tions must be controlled by some sect and efforts to prevent 
this have often blasted their usefulness. I wish you to keep 
this to yourself as far as possible, and at any rate keep my 
name out of view." 

This proposition, it is proper to add, is for the establish- 
ing an institution of learning at or near DePere, Brown 
County, which appears to be a sine qua non with this gentle- 
man who makes it. Please take the trouble to present the 
above to your Conference. If there is any reasonable pros- 
pect of the Society meeting the same with a* similar endow- 
ment, inform me of the disposition as soon as possible; 
meantime, I should be glad to hear your views on the sub- 
ject. Should you write soon, you will please address to 
Boston, Massachusetts. 

H. Eugene Eastman. 
Green Bay, April 17th, 1846. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 11 

This communication turned our attention to a location 
not thought of before. I took this letter to our next Confer- 
ence, held at Peoria, Illinois. It was given to the Committee 
on Education and their report recommended that the letter 
be returned to me with instructions to get the gentleman's 
name making the proposition and open a correspondence to 
ascertain what could be done. Before I secured the name 
from Mr. Eastman or a permit to open a correspondence. 
Mr. Reeder Smith, then agent for Albion Seminary, of Mich- 
igan, applied to Mr. A. A. Lawrence, in Boston, for help in 
that institution. Mr. Lawrence declined, he told, on the 
ground that he considered the people in Michigan able to 
build their own institutions. He informed Mr. Smith of his 
proposition to start an institution in Wisconsin, and it seems 
Mr. Smith was for some reason anxious to get away from 
Michigan, and secured the charge of Mr. Lawrence's propo- 
sition made in the foregoing letter to Mr. Eastman, and 
came to Wisconsin in November or December following. 
December 28th, 1846, a convention of ministers and laymen 
gathered in Milwaukee, where the proposition of Mr. Law- 
rence was presented, and after some discussion a charter was 
drafted for the Lawrence Institute of Wisconsin, and a 
committee appointed to proceed to Madison, the Legislature 
being in session, and secure the passage of the Charter. My 
family resided at Fond du Lac, and after returning there, I 
had to attend a quarterly meeting at Lake Maria, hence I 
did not reach Madison till the following week. Mr. Smith 
had preceeded me and got the Charter before the House, 
and when I arrived they told me they designed to kill the bill 
when it came up again. Having friends in both branches I 
secured an interest in favor of the bill and it finally passed 
and was signed by Governor Dodge, Jandary 17th, 1847. The 
next thing was to secure a suitable location. There were 
several who were a few dollars anxious to direct Providence 
in this work. Mr. Smith purchased a tract of land ostensi- 
bly for Mr. Lawrence from Hon. John F. Merade, where 
Appleton now stands. In the contract Mr. Smith secured a 



12 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

donation of thirty-one acres on condition the Institute should 
be located at the place, and George W. Lawe, Esq., proposed 
to donate thirty-one acres more. There were propositions 
from others, but the Board of Trustees decided in favor of 
the present location. 

The Trustees named in the Charter were to meet in 
Fond du Lac in June, I think, 1847, or sometime within the 
period allowed by the Charter for organizing, but a quorum 
failing to appear we adjourned to meet in September, I 
think the 5th, when a quorum being present, a permanent 
organization was effected by the election of the following 
officers, to- wit: Hon. M. C. Darling, President; Hon. N. P. 
Tallmadge, 1st Vice President; Henry S. Baird, Esq., 2nd 
Vice President; Hon. Morgan L. Martin, Treasurer; and Wm. 
H. Sampson, Secretary. 

During the year many letters were written and the 
necessary amount of gassing was done east and west in 
order to bring "such a noble and benevolent enterprise" into 
notoriety, and especially to magnify the disinterestedness of 
certain individuals, who condescended to attend to the wants 
of the uneducated and uncivilized west with so much of self 
sacrifice. 

Subscriptions were solicited to meet the conditions of 
Mr. Lawrence's donation. Mr. Samuel Appleton donated 
$10,000 for a Library Fund, the interest only to be used, 
and among the other principle contributors were Hon. M. L. 
Martin, Hon. Charles Durkee, Hon. M. L. Darling, Rev. S. 
Fisk, and others, and at our first annual meeting of the 
Board in Fond du Lac, August 9th, 1848, we had promises 
sufficient to consider the enterprise secured beyond ^a doubt. 
Wm. H. Sampson was elected Principal and was to aid the 
Agent till the school opened, and Reeder Smith was elected 
Agent, assuring the Board that he would have the building 
ready to open the school during the following November or 
December. 

My family resided in Fond du Lac, and as there was no 
place for them at Grand Chute, except the forest, I could 
not take them to the city till I built a shanty to shelter them. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 13 

The Agent arranged with Col. Henry L. Blood to furnish 
the bill of timber and draw the lumber to the spot for the 
Preparatory Building, and then started for Boston, the only 
place at that early day worth noticing. I arranged matters 
at home, packed my trunk, and the 7th of September, 1848, 
left for the scene of operations. I took the steamer Man- 
chester, the same they used to draw over the sandbar at 
Taychudah with a yoke of stags, arrived at Neenah about 
noon, secured a passage alone in an Indian dugout to the 
Grand Chute, and took lodgings in a shanty hotel, about one 
mile south of west from the present court house, kept by 
Mr. Thurber, the nearest house to the place of business. 

On the 8th of September I began to cut away the thick 
underbrush and soon had a road cleared from the old Indian 
trail on the river bank to the block on which Mr. Brewster's 
beautiful residence now stands (Block 3, 2nd Ward). I 
cleared off the brush, and the necessary preparations were 
made for the erection of the building in the center of that 
block. Col. Blood soon had a bill of timber, as per Agent's 
order, cut a road through the dense forest to Duck Creek, 
where the agent had engaged the lumber, employed teams, 
and soon was doing "land office" business; a towering pile 
of lumber was on the ground. The Agent had let the con- 
tract of putting up the building to Wm. H. McGregor, of 
Sheboygan, and he sent John P. Parish and Mr. Blake, who 
came in October or November with their families, erected 
shanties, and went to work. In consequence of sickness in 
my family I was not able to move into my shanty till Jan- 
uary 6th, 1849. 

The Agent remained east till the latter part of February, 
and on his arrival went into city building, speculation, 
double entry bookkeeping, changed the plans for the college 
building till, if I recollect, Col. Blood furnished three bills of 
timber, and the frame of the building was not raised till the 
third day of July following. This was a year of new and 
rare experiences with us westerners in school enterprises, 
principalships, agencies, etc., and some of us became thor- 
oughly disgusted with the whole concern ; but we had en- 



14 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

listed and it was considered cowardly to back out and im- 
politic to speak a discouraging word. After the building 
was raised the Agent hastened to the seat of the Wisconsin 
Conference, which convened that year at Plattevilie, June 
27th, to arrange for a visiting committee that should meet 
his approval, which he secured without opposition. At the 
annual meeting of the Joint Board, which met August 8th, 
1849, the President appointed these visitors Chairmen of the 
principle committees, and before the meeting closed the 
Agent seemed anxious to be delivered from the tender mer- 
cies of his friends. Against his remonstrances, and in spite 
of them, Wm. H. Sampson was appointed Financial Agent 
and re-appointed Principal of the Preparatory Department 
of the Lawrence University. The former Agent was as much 
disgusted with this arrangement as was the newly elected, 
and one who heard him, said he declared he would not rest 
till he saw the building shoved to the bank and down into 
the river. It was now die Sampson or slay the lion. The 
visitors from the Conference had lost heart on account of 
the former management, the panic spread through the Con- 
ference, and from most, interest in the enterprise seemed to 
have fled. The former Agent claimed he had kept his books 
in "Double Entry," but it was a new system that no one else 
could honestly solve according to his wishes. 

Under these embarrassments the new appointee entered 
upon his duties, but found many true, warm, sympathizing- 
friends ready to encourage and help to the extent of their 
ability. Funds were needed, confidence in the enterprise was 
shaken and difficulties in every direction stared the Board in 
the face. To the Trustees and friends of the enterprise in 
Appleton the present and future of the Lawrence University 
were not very promising at that time. They kept their own 
secrets, put the best side out, and did their best. The 
building was enclosed, the plastering, inside woodwork, and 
painting were so far done that school opened November 12th, 
1849, with Wm. H. Sampson, Principal; R. 0. Kellogg, A. B., 
Professor of Languages; James M. Phinney, Professor of 
Mathematics, and Miss Emeline M. Crooker, Preceptress 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 15 

and Teacher in Music. The accommodations were not the 
most convenient, nor the surroundings the most agreeable. 
None present today would envy the places occupied or the 
wages paid for the services rendered ; but those teachers were 
as untiring and energetic in their work as if millions had 
been offered as their reward. 

The school early gained a reputation for thoroughness 
and moral discipline which was not surpassed by any school 
in Wisconsin, if, indeed, in the west, and I think it has kept 
pace with the rising reputation of other schools to the pres- 
ent time. To pay debts, pay teachers, and make necessary 
improvements with all the embarrassments that were 
thrown around us was no small task. Having houses to 
build, our families and a share of the students to provide 
for in a new place where nearly everything must be imported 
required labor. Rev. H. R. Colman was Steward, and Col. 
H. L. Blood was Treasurer, and the demands upon them 
were heavy; but nobly did they meet them. I spent many 
sleepless nights in planning to meet the exigencies of the 
hour. In order to carry forward the work I found it neces- 
sary to dispose of my property in the city of Fond du Lac 
where I owned a dwelling, two lots and thirty acres of land, 
also one hundred and twenty acres of timber land two miles 
north on the west side of the lake, all now worth seventy- 
five to one hundred thousand dollars. As money was close 
at the time I had to sell at a great sacrifice; but I had risked 
all, reputation and property, in the success of the Lawrence 
University and I saw no other way to pass the crisis upon 
us at that time . 

We pushed forward our improvements as fast as our 
means would allow till my health began to yield to the 
pressure and I was obliged to notify the Board that I should 
close my service as their Agent at their annual meeting. I 
gave this notice to the Executive Board early in the spring 
and we applied our best energies and skill till the annual 
meeting, which convened June 6th, 1851. During the session 
Rev. Davis W. Clarke, A. M., since Bishop, was elected 
President; Rev. R. 0. Kellogg, A. B., Professor of Ancient 



16 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Languages; Miss E. M. Crooker, Preceptress; and Miss L. 
Amelia Dayton, Teacher of Modern Languages. Professor 
Phinney declined serving the Board longer as teacher of 
Mathematics, and the place was left to be filled by the execu- 
tive Board. Col. Blood was re-elected Treasurer, and Rev. 
David Brooks, Agent. Brother Clarke declined to accept the 
position and Professor Kellogg was placed in charge. Profes- 
sor J. Brooks taught the Mathematics; Oscar F. Dana, Esq., 
was elected Professor of Greek Language and Literature, but 
declined to serve, so Professors Kellogg and Brooks and 
Misses Crooker and Dayton did the teaching for the year, 
and the catalogue for the year gave an attendance of ninety- 
eight. 

Matters had become badly complicated with Mr. Law- 
rence by the first Agent's transactions, and at the meeting 
of the Board which convened June 2nd, 1852, it was deemed 
necessary to send a commission to explain, harmonize and 
settle up these matters. Wm. H. Sampson was deputized, 
and with Power of Attorney to act for the Board, he went to 
Boston and amicably adjusted all matters between Mr. 
Lawrence and the Board so far as Mr. Lawrence, himself, 
was concerned. Mr. Lawrence has given about $30,000 in 
all. 

The labors and responsibilities of Professor Kellogg 
were too severe for his health and he was granted leave of 
absence at the annual meeting till he should sufficiently re- 
cover to return and do his work. Mr. Adin Brooks was 
employed to teach his class and the supervision of the school 
was committed temporarily to Professor Jabez Brooks. Miss 
Crooker was retained as preceptress and Teacher of Music. 
The school did not succeed in meeting the expectations of 
the Executive Board and I was sent for to return to my for- 
mer position. I got a release from my pastoral charge, re- 
turned to the school, and at an extra meeting of the Joint 
Board, which convened September 1st, 1852, was re-elected 
Principal. Rev. Edward Cooke was elected President, to 
take charge as soon as he could make arrangements to come, 
provided he accepted the situation. Rev. J. S. Prescott was 




LAWRENCE MEMORIAL CHAFEL 



18 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

elected Agent; Col. H. L. Blood, Treasurer, and they were 
authorized to make arrangements, procure materials and 
proceed to erect the main college building. Professor Brooks 
took umbrage at my re-election, resigned his place as Profes- 
sor of Mathematics, and with his brother, Mr. Adin Brooks, 
started an opposition school, which continued through a part 
of the second term and ceased for want of patronage. The 
third catalogue numbers eighty-four students. 

President Cooke arrived in early summer and assisted 
at the close of the term. Professor Kellogg's health had 
recovered so that he returned to his place when Professor 
Brooks left, and, in spite of opposition, we closed the year 
with inceasing encouragement. 

The annual meeting of the Joint Board convened June 
29th, 1853. President Cooke gave his inaugural and was 
duly installed as the first President of the Faculty in the 
Lawrence University. 

The corner stone of our college building was laid by Dr. 
M. C. Darling, President of the Board of Trustees, and an able 
address was delivered on the occasion by Rev. Alfred Brun- 
son, A. M. The faculty for this year was organized as follows : 
Rev. Edward Cooke, A. M., President; Rev. R. 0. Kellogg, 
A. M., Professor of Ancient Languages and Literature; 
Rev. Wm. H. Sampson, Teacher in Mathematics and English; 
Miss L. Amelia Dayton, Preceptress and Teacher of Modern 
Languages; Miss Jane I. Adams, Teacher in Music; Miss 
Lucy A. Weston, Teacher in Primary Department; Rev. J. S. 
Prescott, Agent; Col. Blood, Resident Agent and Treasurer; 
Rev. Henry Requa, Agent for Indian Department. Con- 
fidence in the financial management of the enterprise was 
measurably restored. 

Work progressed on the college building but the means 
for its completion came in slowly. Mr. Samuel Appleton, 
of Boston, after whom the city was named, transferred 
$10,000 in stocks to the University, the principle to be 
held inviolate, the income to be invested in a Library, and 
the scholarships which were sold were being paid up, 
the principle of which was to form an endowment fund, 
the interest to be paid to the faculty. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 19 

As was very natural, President Cooke was in a great 
hurry to have the new building completed, and, in spite of 
remonstrances, he secured the consent of a majority of the 
Board present to an appropriation of some $15,000 of the 
scholarship fund to finish off the main building, and this 
amount has never been replaced. The fact got out and 
I think it was very prejudicial to the scholarship fund 
which I think to a very great extent otherwise might have 
been collected. The fourth catalogue showed an attend- 
ance during the year of one hundred and ninety-six students. 
The attendance was so full that some one started a scheme 
to continue building and add two dormitory buildings, each 
one hundred and twenty feet by forty feet on the ground, and 
three stories high. The Executive Board passed resolu- 
tions to do this, but the funds were not furnished, and 
though the resolutions stand firm on the records today, the 
dormitories remain unbuilt. At the annual; meeting in 
1854 the Board of Trustees elected a Faculty to meet the 
wants of college classes, and the catalogue for that year 
gives the names of twenty—eight Freshmen and four Soph- 
omores, and an attendance in both college and preparatory 
departments during the year of 333. 

The Lawrence University was started on the plan of 
the co-education of sexes, giving to each student the oppor- 
tunity of competing for any honor conferred by the Univer- 
sity and of enjoying that honor when justly earned. Dr. 
Cooke seemed to think that the dignity of a college Faculty 
was somewhat compromised by giving the ladies a place on 
the same page with the gentlemen, and practically the 
original design was not carried out by him except in the 
class recitations. There was a male and female department 
for the Faculty, for the College and for the Preparatory stud- 
ents in the catalogue and in the commencement exercises. 
Dr. Mason followed the precedent set by his illustrious pre- 
decessor, and not till 1865, when Dr. Steele assumed the 
duties of President, did we have a man of sufficient progress 
and courage to carry out the original design of the founders 
of the Lawrence University. 



20 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

The first catalogue published by President Steele gives 
the Faculty on the same page, the male and female gradu- 
ates are published together, but the undergraduates are sep- 
arated, though he has the courage to give them their proper 
class cognomens, Freshmen, Sophomore, etc., instead of 
First, Second, etc., years for the ladies. To keep the peace, 
I suppose, he gave Valedictory adresses to male and female. 
But the second year he had received his D. D., and he gave 
the Latin Salutatory to Phebe D. Bullock, the first time we 
have full evidence of equal opportunity to compete for col- 
lege honors by ladies and gentlemen in Lawrence University. 
Since then he is entirely ruined in the estimation of old 
fogies. 

Those who wish to learn the changes in the faculty and 
officers of the University in 1854 and subsequently are re- 
ferred to the published catalogues for the several years. 

The Literary Societies removed frcm their inconvenient 
quarters in the Preparatory building to their present pleas- 
ant rooms in the College where many have spent profitable 
hours in the arena of mental competition. 

The four succeeding were years of prosperity so far as 
numbers of students in attendance and mental culture were 
concerned, but the finances fell behind, and in spite of all 
the Board could do the expenses of the school exceeded the 
income; hence funds were necessarily used from the capital 
that should have been kept sacred and only the interest of 
it used. At the annual meeting of the Board in 1855 the 
$15,000 used from the scholarship fund was secured by 
mortgage on the college building, and so far as I am in- 
formed there has never been any foreclosure. It is due to 
Col. Blood to say here that his financial management in the 
erection of our college building is worthy of all praise. The 
expense of its entire structure was less than $30,000. 

On the night of the first Sabbath in January, 1857, the 
Preparatory building, which at the time was occupied by 
the lady students, was consumed by fire by which the ladies 
have been greatly inconvenienced ever since. It is due to 
the ladies that a commodious and convenient building should 
be speedily erected for their occupancy. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 21 

July 1st, 1857, the first graduating class, seven in num- 
ber, received their diplomas from President Cooke and went 
out to battle for the right. 

At the anual meeting of the Board in 1858 I resigned 
my position as Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and my 
labors closed as an instructor in Lawrence University. I 
trust you will pardon any appearance of egotism in these 
imperfect sketches as my life was identified with all the 
interests of our University, its prosperity and adversity, its 
triumphs and its failures from its incipiency to the time I 
left. 

The 30th of June, 1858, was an eventful day in the his- 
tory of Lawrence University, as the Board by a majority of 
those present voted to give its first Agent $7,300 credit on 
its records to get rid of him and close up all relations with 
him. It may have been an expression of gratitude on the 
part of those who voted for it for the services he rendered to 
the benighted west on the subject of "Bookkeeping by Double 
Entry." 

Though my efforts may have been feeble, and my sacri- 
fices small, I have the conscious satisfaction of knowing that 
I gave most conscientiously and honestly the best years of 
my life, and made my small sacrifices when they were most 
needed and their application would tell to the best advantage. 

Before I close allow me to record my high appreciation 
of the patient and enduring toils, and repeated sacrifices of 
the friends of our University during these infantile years of 
its history. 



22 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



EARLY HISTORY OF LAWRENCE 

By Russell Z. Mason 
Second President of Lawrence 

Dr. Plantz: In answer to your very polite request for 
a statement of the principal events that occurred during my 
administration as President of Lawrence University, I will 
in the following narrative, give you the facts as near as I 
can remember. Of course, it will be proper for me to state 
that the faculty of instruction, of which I was one — Professor 
of Natural Science — found itself in 1859 confronted by pov- 
erty and bankruptcy. Dr. Cooke, my immediate predecessor, 
had served it faithfully for some six years until he had 
satisfied himself that no immediate relief could be expected 
from its patrons, either in the Church or out of it. Hence 
he resigned. 

2. The trustees were therefore put to the disagreeable 
necessity of finding a successor to him or of closing the 
doors of the Institution. The college was young. The 
country was new. The people of Wisconsin were not rich. 
To start an institution of that grade in the wilderness was 
an experiment. Chicago, at that date, had less than a hun- 
dred thousand people. Milwaukee was a flourishing village, 
and the blast furnace and the paper pulp mills, now employ- 
ing millions of capital, in Appleton and along Fox River, 
had not then been thought of. The mammoth estates of the 
Carnagies and the Rockefellers had not then shown the feat- 
ures of a future possibility. But there were a dozen men 
and women who had been called to their work from differ- 
ent fields to be left without support or employment. There 
were besides myself, Knox, Blair, Jones, Fox, Davies, Grif- 
fith, Pomeroy, Plestchcke and several ladies. Besides this 
group of a faculty there were between three hundred and 
four hundred young men and women in the vigorous young 
state of Wisconsin to be left without the means of a liberal 



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education in the school of their choice. Such was the prob- 
lem presented to the Trustees of Lawrence University in 
1859. 

3. They had erected the principal building of the Uni- 
versity but at what cost? They had expended every cent of 
the $50,000.00 which had been gathered by the sale of schol- 
arships. In doing this they had cheapened education and 
had bankrupted the College Treasury. Not a cent was re- 
ceived for tuition. To conduct an institution of learning 
requiring an annual expenditure of several thousand dollars 
and still make it appear respectable in the public eye was 
what was required. This beat the making of brick without 
straw. But who shall be held responsible for this state of 
things? It was certainly the original intention of Mr. Law- 
rence to give the Institution a creditable origin. He had bought 
of the Government the site where the college and the town were 
located, and if his purpose had been realized there would 
have been, even at that early day sufficient funds to conduct 
a University of great efficiency. We must attribute the 
blame for this unfortunate state of affairs to the general 
management, or rather mis-management, brought about by 
the estrangement of the agents of the college and trustees. 
But as all these parties have now gone to their final account 
we leave them to have assigned to them whatever of praise or 
blame each deserved. But of one thing we were made, at an 
early day in the six years of our administration, painfully 
aware, and that is that Lawrence University owed twenty 
thousand dollars which had to be paid. We had scrubbed 
along in our poverty for a year or so till it was evident that 
our creditors would wait no longer. 

4. It was necessary for me as President and represen- 
tative of the University to take the field. Where was the 
money to support the faculty and pay the debt of the Uni- 
versity to come from? Who in Wisconsin had the money to 
pay this debt? And then we must not only find the one who 
had this money but we must find combined in the same indi- 
vidual one disposed to aid so forlorn a scheme as paying off 



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an old debt which somebody else had contracted. It was an 
almost hopeless task. But now the friends of education in 
Appleton and vicinity began to show their hand. 

5. Such men as Ballard, Adkins, Phinney, Gonkeys, P. 
H. Smith, David Smith and others of Appleton and Payne 
and Sawyer of Oshkosh took hold bravely and made it possi- 
ble to overcome our embarrassments. They gave us money 
and what was better, courage. I was commissioned to go to 
Boston, the hub of the universe, to hunt for treasure. P. H. 
Smith, as President of the Northwestern R. R. Co., paid my 
fare. The great Civil War was then on the point of break- 
ing out. I saw Mr. Lawrence. He still had an affectionate 
regard for the College as a child of his own creation, and he 
told me in my first interview that if the finances of the coun- 
try did not grow any worse — government bonds then 12% 
below par — he would give us $10,000.00 and he, as executor 
of the estate of Samuel Appleton, after whonl the town 
was named, gave for endowment of library $10,000.00 more. 
Then I saw Mr. Lee Chaflin, I think, Ex-Governor of Massa- 
chusetts, and he gave us $10,000.00 for endowment purposes. 
I then came home and raised $10,000.00 more by subscription 
among the good people of Wisconsin. This was quite a 
reputable achievment especially when you take into account 
the fact that it occurred more than forty years ago and be- 
fore our Carnegies and Rockefellers had distanced the world 
in piling up their millions. 

6. But the debt was paid. The great work of education, 
characteristic of the age, in which we were engaged, went 
steadily on. The foundations of the University were laid 
on the solid granite of an enlightened public confidence. 

7. But now we were to face a new series of facts or 
events as they presented themselves in the history of our 
country. The secessionists of South Carolina were deter- 
mined to test the strength of the United States Government 
and so show their malignity toward everything under the 
name of abolitionism if nothing more. The guns were 
leveled and fired on Fort Sumpter. The country was 
alarmed but resolved. Lawrence University was not slow to 
declare itself for the Union. A war meeting was called to 



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meet in the College Ohapel. I was called to the chair; 
though not strictly according- to my ecclesiastical training 
and relations I claim the honor of making the first war 
speech that was made in the community if not in that state. 
There were other speeches made that evening from Dr. Davis, 
J. M. Phinney, Professor Pomeroy. These speeches all bore 
fruit. Enlistments were numerous. Prof. Pletschke and 
Prof. Pomeroy both enlisted that evening and both died in 
the army. Prof. Pomeroy was a graduate of the United 
States Military Academy at West Point. Detractors may 
call him a martinet but the records show that he was a 
patriot. 

8. In every subsequent call of President Lincoln for 
volunteers some of our young men enlisted. I think in one 
case an entire class, which if I remember rightly, was the 
class that would have graduated in 1864. Naturally the 
citizens of Appleton were not backward in this work. We 
remember Jewette and Marston and Ryan among what might 
be called a multitude. But I think I run no risk of a failure 
when I challenge any similar institution in the country to 
show a greater per cent of its pupils and graduates and 
faculty who responded to the call for men in the proclamations 
of President Lincoln and Governor Randall. Democrats and 
Republicans were alike on the qui vive. Many of us had 
young families but that was not allowed to cut much figure. 

9. The animus of the college government was not simply 
authorative or arbitrary but it aimed to teach the student 
the art of self control. He was taught to maintain for him- 
self, self respect, and that kind of self respect that refused 
to disobey the law. The students and faculty were always 
on good terms with each other. What was desired by one 
was desired by the other. We think this an essential part 
of a liberal education. 

10. This fact may be mentioned as an illustration of 
the prevailing temper and spirit, politically, of the institu- 
tion, that is that the Hon. Fred Douglas, colored, of the 
United States Senate was invited to speak in the College 
Chapel which he accepted. Another fact which illustrates 



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27 



our position, religiously, was that Henry Ward Beecher was 
invited to speak there also, which he accepted. These were 
representative characters for the times. 

11. Now to close up my narrative perhaps I may be 
allowed a word personal to myself. I confess to a total de- 
feat in the business world. The money trust resident in the 
City of New York control by their system of call loans the 
business interests and to some extent the destiny of eighty 
millions of people. They first say to us borrow our money. 
Then when we are fairly embarked on our business voyage 
they say to us we want our money. Credit is ruined, and the 
party that is found in debt to this monopoly goes to the 
wall. I know it took property worth more than forty 
thousand dollars in my case, to pay on demand, an aggregate 
indebtedness of four thousand. This may be legal but it is 
not right. By such a system we make socialism if not crime. 




Miss Emeline Crooker 
the First Preceptress 



28 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



HOW APPLETON LOOKED IN 1849 

Brother Simpson: The friends of Christian education 
have been rejoiced to hear that our conference has com- 
menced an institution under the most favorable circumstan- 
ces; and they are solic^ous to know its progress and present 
state. Having recently visited the Grand Chute on Fox 
river, it gives me much pleasure to send you this brief ac- 
count. A view of the location confirmed the universal tes- 
timony of its surpassing salubrity, beauty and even sublimity. 
The surrounding country is pleasingly undulating on a gen- 
eral level. Through this the pure, living waters of Lake 
Winnebago have worn a deep, broad channel, with many a 
graceful curve and abrupt sweep. On either side is seen a 
steep bluff, now receding, now beetling and bold, a hundred 
feet above the dashing flood. Many ravines branch out 
from the river, in some of which ripple the modest rivulet. 
Here, too, are the "sedes recessae," and "leafy dells," of 
deep and sombre gloom, that poets speak of. Over all waves 
a forest of almost every variety of trees. From shore to 
shore stretches, zigzag, a rocky brink, over which the rapid 
waters fall four feet, and then shoot off down into a quiet 
basin one mile below. Here is water power unsurpassed 
this side of Niagara; for here the largest tributary of all 
the northern lakes falls thirty feet; and is on the line of 
navigation now being improved from Green Bay to the Mis- 
sissippi. A town has been laid out, and called Appleton, in 
honor of a gentleman of Boston, who is expected to endow a 
professorship. Within the last three weeks thirty lots have 
been sold, at about $50 each, to actual settlers, who agree to 
build upon them dwellings, stores, shops, mills, &c. The 
country is eagerly bought up to be improved into farms, for 
which it is well adapted. Busy preparations, for the build- 
ing of the preparatory department, are in progress. The 
materials are on the ground, much of the work is done, and 
it is confidently hoped students may be admitted in July next. 
The agent has been successfully employed in the east till 



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recently, while the Principal, with the help of friends, has 
secured, in our own conference, near $7,000 in scholarships, 
the installments on which have been very promptly paid. 
At the suggestion of Mr. Lawrence, who donates $10,000, a 
petition is now before the Legislature to change the name 
from "Institute" to "University," to transfer the election of 
President from the conference to the Board of Trustees, and 
to allow the annual income to be $50,000 instead of $10,000. 
It seems to be the design of benefactors to make it a first 
grade educational foundation; and, hence, the changes are 
desired. Let it be baptized in the prayers of all Christian 
people, that it may become a mighty engine for God and His 
truth. S. R. Thorp. 

Green Bay, Wis., March 1, 1849. 



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SUBSCRIPTION BOOK No. 1—1847 

Notice to the Benefactors of Our Country 

The Lawrence Institute of Wisconsin is to include a 
Preparatory and a Teacher's Department under the same 
charter affording gratuitous advantages to both sexes of 
Germans and Indians. 

A location for this institution has been selected in Wis- 
consin on the Fox River, below the rapids of Winnebago 
Lake, and above the town of Astor. This location is a very- 
desirable one, as it promised many advantages. It is de- 
cidedly a healthy spot; and desirable from its accessibility 
to Nature's thoroughfare which now carries through its 
mighty channel articles of all kinds of commerce for the 
merchant and farmer for hundreds of miles from Green 
Bay into the interior. 

Amos A. Lawrence, Esq., of Boston, Mass., has regarded 
this location very important, as an opening, for the promo- 
tion of good morals and education among the promiscuous 
crowds of emigrants in a portion of the country, where it is 
most needed, and also, for the benefit of the numerous tribes 
of uncivilized nations in the west, and the half civilized 
which are permanently located near the spot. To encourage 
the carrying forward of the noble enterprise to elevate and 
improve all classes, Mr. Lawrence has made over to Trustees 
the sum of $10,000 to be available when an equal sum shall 
have been raised from any other source. Who can benefit 
the world more with his means, than to respond, either in 
part or in whole, to this generous proposition. 

We, the subscribers, friends to the promotion of good 
morals and literature in our rapidly populating western 
country, believing that our future National independence 
and prosperity is to be controlled by the Institutions and 
efforts of the present day, and that an institution at the 
place designated and of the character above described would 
greatly promote the objects as set forth; — we do, therefore, 
agree ar.d obligate ourselves to pay the Lawrence Institute 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 31 

of Wisconsin, or the Agent of said institution, the several 
sums affixed to our respective names, to be applied according 
to the provisions of the Charter secured in January, 1847. 
Residence Names Amount 

Boston, Mass . . Amos A. Lawrence $10,000 

Green Bay M. L. Martin 1,000 

Providence, II. 1. . .Liisha Harris 1,000 

Serens Fisk 2,000 

Charles Durkee 2,300 

Grand KaakauJm. . .George W. Lawe 150 

Green Bay, W. T. John T. Mead 125 

Sheboygan, W. T . .Dewitt C. Vosberry 100 

New London Parker H. Smith 25 

Th. W. Williams 25 

New York Benj. H. Howe. 25 

Cash 10 

John Falconer 25 

A. R. Wetman 20 

Ralph Mead 25 

Eddund S. James 10 

A. B. Massin (in books) 30 

There is in the same paper a page for subscriptions to 
a Teacher's Department of the Lawrence Institute with the 
following subscriptions: 

Catherine Garrettson $100 

Mary K. Garrettson 100 

John S. Stone 100 

Arch. M. Morrison 500 

Mrs. S. G. Smith 100 

Dan'l Ayres 100 

Leonard Kirby 100 

D. Drew 100 

Ruben C. Bull 100 

Cash 30 

Book Subscriptions. 

Daniel P. Rader 100 Volumes 

W. B. Kidmore 50 Volumes 

Alfred Edwards 50 Volumes 

Harper Bral 50 Volumes 



32 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



THE SECOND SUBSCRIPTION PAPER 

We, the undersigned subscribers severally and individ- 
ually, agree to pay to the Lawrence Institute of Wisconsin, 
or order or bearer, the sums affixed to our respective names 
for the purpose of erecting suitable buildings and sustaining 
said Institute. With the further understanding that the 
consideration of our respective subscriptions said Institute 
shall cause a record of our names to be kept, together with 
the amount which each of us have subscribed and paid, and 
further that when any of the subscribers shall have paid 
one hundred dollars, according to the terms of scholarships 
fixed by said Institute, such subscriber or subscribers shall 
be entitled to a scholarship of ten yea"s free tuition for his, 
her or their heirs in said Institute, according to the terms 
of said scholarships as now issued by said Institute. 
Lawrence Institute, August 25, 1848. 

Names Amount 

Samuel M. Stone $100 

Benjamin Holt 50 

Wm. Willard 10 ° 

A. A. Redford 10 ° 

Samuel K. Vaughan 100 

Charles Smith : l00 

Wm. H. Sampson 50 

After these subscriptions were made another subscrip- 
tion paper seems to have been drawn and is signed by many 
donors in sums ranging from $1,000 to $1.00. 



34 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 
Boston Lends a Hand 

AT 

MUSIC HALL, 

7 1-2 o'clock, without admission fee. 
REV. S. K. LOTHROP,D.D. 

Of Boston, will Lecture this Evening, 

In aid of Lawrence University, Appleton,Wis., 
AT MUSIC HALL, 

By request of the New Eogland Conference, on 

€\pxU* $Mcg, % Christian fort. 

~ •-•-• 

1. Rev. James Porter, D. D. of New York will preside. 

2. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Ide, Pastor of Baptist Church, 

Springfield. 

3. Reading of Charles Wesley's Hymn by Rev. S. G. 

Buckingham. Topic, Jubilee. 

4. Singing, led from the platform by Rev. A. D. Merrill, 

of Boston. 

5. Lecture, by Rev. S. K. Lothrop, D. D. 

6. Collection, by the Committee. 

7. Benediction by Father Taylor. 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT OF 

Ufl 

APPLETON--- WISCONSIN 

This Institution at Appleton, a village unsurpassed perhaps by any in 
the State, for health and beauty of location, has been in successful opera- 
tion since Nov. 12, 1S49. With a competent Faculty it now commences a 
new academical year, and its friends believe it worthy of extensive patron- 
age, and expect for it even greater success than has hitherto attended it. 

Instruction is given in all the branches usually pursued in similar 
seminaries at the East comprising those in common English, Natural, Mental 
and Moral Science, Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, Music, 
Drawing and Painting, Composition and Elocution. The Teachers, in con- 
ducting the recitations, have acted and will continue to act upon the belief 
that accurate and definite knowledge, though slowly acquired, is preferable 
to superficial, though seemingly rapid, attainments. 

TUITION 
per quarter of eleven weeks 

Primary English Branches, $3.00 

Advanced, do. do. 4.00 

Languages. Mathematics, Natural, Mental and Moral Science, - 5.00 

Incidentals, ...-_-.... .25 

EXTRA 

Music, with use of Piano, - 8.00 

Drawing and Painting, ........ 3.00 

Tuition must, in all cases, be settled quarterly in advance. Those en. 
titled to tuition on scholarships, and wishing it thereon, must send their 
certificates and have the endorsement made in advance, or pay the cash 
the same as others. Tuition refunded in case of sickness. 

BOARD, &c. 

The charge for board in the Institution, including room-rent and use 
of furniture, will be $1.63 per week, payable quarterly in advance. The 
students will provide their own wash-bowls, towels, brooms, lights and 
fuel. Washing 3s per dozen. 

Board in private families can be obtained at prices ranging from $1.75 
to $2.50 per week. 

The Steward will furnish wood prepared for use at cost. 

Books and stationery can be procured at the Institution, for cash, at 
Milwaukee prices. 

During the season of navigation, steamboats ply, daily, between Fond 
du Lac and Appleton, — thus furnishing in connection with the stage lines, 
easy and rapid communication with almost any part of the State. 

CALENDAR 

The First Quarter of the First Term will commence on Friday, July 
18th; the Second Quarter on Friday, October 4th. A vacation of two 
weeks December 19th. The First Quarter of the Second Term commences 
January 3d, 1852; the Second Quarter of the Second Term, March 26th, 
1852. Examination and Exhibition at the end of the year, June 2d, 3d 
and 4th. 

Debating and other Literary associations have been established and 
creditably sustained by the students. A small Library is already obtained, 
and additions will continue to be made. Donations to the Library or 
Cabinet will be thankfully received, and duly acknowledged. 

A catalogue containing full particulars relative to the course of 
study, &c, can be obtained by any one desiring further information, by 
addressing H. L Blood, Steward and Resident Agent, Appleton, or Rev. 
David Brooks, Traveling Agent, Watertown. 

Appleton, ^Wisconsin, July, 1851. 

Matteson & Hasbrouck, Printers, Milwaukee 



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FIRST CONFERENCE REPORT, 1848 

Unanimously Adopted. 

After carefully examining the accounts and reports of 
the Rev. Reeder Smith, the Agent of the Board, and Rev. 
Wm. Sampson, the Principal of the Preparatory Department, 
who also acted as Agent the past year, we are satisfied with 
the correctness thereof, and those gentlemen are entitled to 
our thanks for their indefatigable exertions in behalf of the 
Institution, and that they be continued in their respective 
appointments for the ensuing year. 

It is a matter of surprise as well as of high gratification 
to the Committee to learn of the economy with which the 
Building has been erected, in view of the location in what was 
a mere forest one year since, and the known expense of work- 
ing under such circumstances. 

Resolved, by the Wisconsin conference, that we have 
undiminished confidence in the Board of Trustees of the 
Lawrence University to manage its concerns, and of the 
ultimate success of this great and important enterprise. 

Resolved, that we recommend to the Board of Trustees 
the continuance of Rev. Wm. Sampson, as Principal of the 
Preparatory Department of the University, and that the 
school commence in September next. We also recommend 
the continuance of Rev. Reeder Smith, as General Agent of 
the University, and that both these gentlemen be cordially 
recommended to the confidence and liberal attention of a 

A. Bronson, 
Conference Chairman. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 37 



ADDRESS DELIVERED AT THE LAYING OF THE 

CORNER STONE OF LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY, 

APPLETON, JUNE 28, 1853 

(This is the present "Main Building" or "Recitation Hall." 

By Rev. Alfred Brunson, A. M. 

Mr. President, gentlemen of the Board, gentlemen of the 
Faculty, Students and Fellow Citizens: 

We have assembled this day on the most important, 
solemn and interesting occasion that ever did, or probably 
ever will, occur in this northern portion of the young, pros- 
perous and promising state of Wisconsin, to lay the corner 
stone of a University. Others may be hereafter founded, 
but they will not be the first, as this is, of its kind. Others 
may arise from the prolific soil and from among the thous- 
ands who may inhabit this region, but no one can or will rise 
from the unbroken forest or have the difficulties to grapple 
with that have met the friends of this institution from the 
first step — the felling of the first tree and laying the first 
stone of this noble superstructure. 

In 1845, Mr. Amos A. Lawrence, of Boston, Massachu- 
setts, offered the noble sum of $10,000 to the members and 
friends of the Methodist Episcopal Church in this, then, ter- 
ritory, for the purpose of building and sustaining a seminary 
of learning, of the higher grade, somewhere between Green 
Bay and Lake Winnebago, provided a similar sum should be 
raised by the Church for the same purpose. 

That noble and philanthropic gentleman, noticing the 
effect of our itinerant system, in the frontier settlements of 
the country, and the facility with which we reared institu- 
tions of learning, and at the same time knowing that we, 
as a people, had less pecuniary means to do with than others 
of equal numbers, conceived that he could both aid the 



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needy, and at the same time place his benevolence in hands 
that most probably would produce more, in its glorious re- 
sults, than if placed in other hands. And may the God of 
all our mercies grant that he and his descendants may never 
be disappointed in this matter. 

The preliminary steps were taken, a charter was ob- 
tained, the academic building erected, in which hundreds of 
our promising youth have been instructed, a thriving and 
beautiful town has been built up, the surrounding country 
has been and is rapidly filling up with an enterprising, in- 
dustrious and moral community; and not only the required 
$10,000 has been raised by us but some $50,000 more, and all 
this in the space of about five years since the first blow was 
struck in this then dense forest. And now we have assembled 
to lay the corner stone of a university building, which when 
finished, will compare favorably with any similar one in the 
United States, if not in the world. 

Is not this a day, and an occasion for mutual gratula- 
tion, for thanksgiving to God, and for grateful songs of 
praise? Surely it is. 

In the superstructure now about to be raised upon this 
massive foundation, we hope and trust the rising youth of 
our land, and of future generations, will be instructed in all 
the arts and sciences requisite to make men wise, great, good 
and useful, and that too, in the name and fear of God. 

It is a truth that should never be lost sight of, that 
education, like the gospel, may be used for weal or for woe; 
it may be a savor of life or of death, as it is used; it qual- 
ifies men to do more harm, if turned to that end, while it 
qualifies for more good if so used. It adds fuel to the fires, 
and strength to floods of error in unholy or unsanctified 
heroes, while it supplies the church, the state, the community, 
with more powerful appliances for good, and to repel error. 
As Jefferson said of the freedom of the press, if it offers 
facilities for spreading of error, it at the same time supplies 
the means to repel the wrong. But as education may be 
used for evil, if in wicked or improper hands, we have the 
stronger and more imperative reasons for guarding its por- 
tals, its expanding and ennobling powers from abuse by its 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 39 

being sanctified to the good of man and the glory of God. 
And to do this, education must be accompanied by moral and 
religious culture; it must be given in the name and fear of 
God and by men who, by precept and example, teach that 
fear. 

We are aware that infidelity raises its hideous head and 
objects to having education in the hands of ministers and 
their friends and supporters. But where, upon the broad 
map of the earth, or when, in the history of time, can it be 
shown that education has prospered except in the hands of 
religionists of some kind? 

With Jews, Pagans Mohammedans and Papists, the edu- 
cation of youth has been in the hands of the Priesthood. 
And even in infidel France and Germany the colleges and 
universities now so perverted from their original use, were 
founded and endowed by those professing the christian 
faith. In the only attempt ever made in these United States 
to erect and sustain a college from which gospel ministers 
should be excluded, though based upon a princely endow- 
ment, it proved to be but a signal failure; and the Girard 
College had to be placed in hands equal to ministers, where 
prayers, the Bible, and religious and moral culture is made 
an essential part of education. 

Even in our state institutions, though in a professedly 
christian community, if they have not been placed in the 
hands of religious men, they have failed of success. 

The greatest and most successful educational system 
which has ever blessed our world, sprung from our New 
England Puritan fathers, and was induced by their religion. 
From then most of us here to-day have descended. Their 
spirit has disbursed itself, like and with their blood, through 
our veins, and from one of their noble and philanthropic sons 
came the munificent donation which gave rise to this promis- 
ing institution. 

We are aware that some morbid minds and squeamish 
hearts fear, or pretend to fear sectarian influences from 
schools patronized and conducted by any one religious sect. 
It is true, there is a moral influence surrounding every man, 
and every association of men; and who ever comes within 



40 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

this, will feel more or less biased in favor of their benefact- 
ors. This is natural, and cannot be avoided. But further 
than this we declare before God and the world that we have 
and shall exert and use no sectarian influence, whatever. 

History shows that mixed faculties, that is, associating 
men of different religious creeds, in the same institution, has 
never succeeded. Two colleges in Ohio, and the same number 
in Pennsylvania, which were managed, or attempted to be 
managed upon this plan, failed of success, and were so far 
remodeled as to have but one person concerned in their 
control. 

Let each sect of christians have their own churches, 
colleges, &c, and manage them in their own way, and all 
may succeed, but poor human nature is such that men of 
different creeds in religion do not affiliate and agree in such 
enterprises, any better than did the iron and clay in the 
toes of Nebuchednezzar's image. 

We have, and offer no objection to others, in their in- 
stitutions of learning, any more than to their churches. 
We say live and let live. W T e wish all men God speed in all 
good and lawful undertakings, and we deem education and 
teaching true religion to be among the most important of 
such doings. 

From this university we hope to see intellectual and 
religious light diffusing themselves over our entire land with 
the brightness of a meridian sun. We hope and trust in 
God our Father, whose we are and for whose cause we labor 
for the good of our species, that from the halls of this in- 
stitution will go out men who will grace the pulpit, the 
forum, the Senate, the executive chair of states and of the 
nation, and of the healing art; that the farm, the shop and 
the counter may be conducted in accordance with the rules 
and laws of sanctified science, here obtained. And we hope 
that the future wives and .mothers of our land may carry 
from these halls the means of guiding future generations in 
the paths of virtue, religion, and usefulness to our race. 

I congratulate you, friends and patrons of this infant 
institution, on the auspicious circumstances under which we 
meet and lay this corner stone. Our beginning, and our 



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success, thus far, hardly has an equal in such cases, and our 
cheering prospects of the future, are equally encouraging. 
And may He in whose name we have thus far moved in this 
matter, and in whom we trust for future success, continue 
to own and bless; and may His protecting care and prosper- 
ing influence be ever over and towards this place, and may 
its influences contribute largely to the good of man, and the 
glory of God. 



42 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

THE FIRST COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT 

IL-LUSTRISSIMO 

COLES BASHFORD 

GlIBEBNATORI; 

CONSILIARIIS « SENATORIBUS, 

QUI UTERIS REIPUBLIC^E WISCOXSINEKSIS 
PROPRIE PR.E5UNT 
MU lis CUBATOniOf'SQUE HONORANDIS JET REVEBF.KDIS 

UNIVERSITATIS LAWRENTLE 

RkVKKKNDO EDVARDO COOKE, Plt/KSIDI; 

PR0FESS0R1BUSQUE, MJMANITATIS CULTORIB. 

OMNIBUS DKN1QUE LITERARUM FAUTORIBUS IMPRIMIS HUJUS 
ACADEMIC PATROMS MUNIFICISj 

Xos, iivatVunv Hacea\a\iYeft\eiu TfocepUiYi, 

hascc excrcitationcs 

vcrecunde dedicHRiiu. 

£ TVI'IS SMITH Ef OHVIS. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 43 



GRADUM 

BACCAiAUREALEM REWffll. 

LICIXDA SUKVIXA DARLING, * ADELAIDE MARIE GRANT, 
*FRAXCEXA MEDORA KELLOGG. 



GRADUM 
Mir ii 11 p r 



LLEX JEFFREY ATWELL, JUSTINUS MARTYR COPELAND, 

HEXBICUS COLMAX. 1 GULIELMLS DALPHIX STOREY, 



fcientiarmn Graduin Baccalauicalem. 



44 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



COM^ENCY^YUVT ^XYAlUISESv 



LJt w 



Webnesbat), 3ulg 1, 1857. 



ORDER OF EXERCISES 

t, Latin Oration— -OratloSalutalot'U. 

J. M. COPELAND, Apple-tun. 

HUSiG. 

2. Philosophical Oration — Antagonistic Opinions 

A. J. ATWELL, Appletun. 

HUSK. 

3. Classical OratlOU^-The Ancient Classic* and tlie American Scholar. 

II. COLMAN, Fond du Lac. 

iiUSiC. 

CONFEAU1XG Ol* DKGltfcKS. 

HtfSIC. 

5. Oration Intellectual Independence, with Valedictory AddiWes. 

W. D. STOREY, Lainai-tme. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 45 



rrvs* 



'^ANNIVERSARY YxERCISES^ 






OF THE 



^ 



M> PREPARATORY GLASSES,. f& 
M LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY, [jk 



I 



MU3IO, 
MUSIC 



< nN 1 2. 27teSl* tdcid's motives to labor. 



TAc Amtrk-an Union. 



J. IT. Coxr.vn, Jr.nosville. , 
J. F. Cowham. Til Pcrtarfu«\ V 



Woman. 



5- ^w 



5. Frcuhm the Chi! J of FAm a' 'on. 



''&'■ i G - A Poo*— Satire. 



"W. F. Yocvm, Applcton. '> >« 
. II. Cadt. Vci-c.-n.-i. .N. Y.f'A 



I. L. Hao.ser, Eulcv&n. 



MUSIC. 



VA 7. Portraiture of Character. — Hannibal. 

&)\ 

*C^< 1 8. Duelling. 

hj 9. 27<c /bd J#c. 

M IMrErSIO. 

<j® } 1 0. 77*c T&Ksftcr a/? J /Ac Pnachtr. 

Xi^l ) J- Augustus Owr.y, Milwaukee. 1^^ 

W 1 1 . Thoughts upon KaUtn V ( 

Mj^) T Pi ivnrvtvr: 1'Iwiniruutn 711 ' V V_ 

f" 12. Our Life. 
S. O. Y. Glrxee, «tc., Mequcn. £ 9 
MUSIC. 1'^ 

BESEDtaTlOS, 



H. W. Alltv, Applcton.f ''^) 
S. J. Stash, GrceubusJi.U® 

Sam Hood, Milwaukee. yVo 



;^fey*~ 




46 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



LAW 'RBXCE BW? 1R81TY 





EXHIBITION 

—OF THE— 

3ESHMA.3ST CLASS. 



TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 15, lt#6. 



1MTXSXO. 

3M LUMUL OL 

||8 1. Salutatory Prologue, - Albert R. Dver, Skoicfygaa, Maine: 

§p 2. Visions of Life, - J. C. Yooux, Appfeton. 

g$ 3- Agricultural and Manufacturing Interests, - J. G. Blocker, jDntf. 

|s 3VETTSXO. 

g§ 4. Art Dependent upon Science, .-• Charles Fhh, Jiroofdin, 0. 

$1 5. Culture of tlic Mind, - - CD. Martin, Spring Prairie. 

mi 

L. G. Strong, Jifrtbu 



6. Portraiture — Louis Napoleon, 



|g MUSIC. 

§j* 7. True Elements of Success, - TV. J. Olmsted, Fond cht Lac. j5j| 

13 8. Civil Liberty Indebted to Intellectual Culture, S. Bovr», Caltanct. 

gg 9. Actors in the French Revolution, - R. K. Randall, Appl'ion. 



8 10. Our Country, when Right, - Jon.v McMl'LLisx, Sltrboyyan Falls. 
11. Our Country, Right or Wrong, - - NoaMAX BtCK, Ulao. 

MUSIC. 
•12. Scene in College Life., - By The Members of the Clasp. & 



1 






MHi»3CT!I<M 




& ■'- ^ J -■ DAI 



LY FREE FHB!?8 PRIM, APPLKTOX 



K V 



.' 2^**~>'* ***" •■>•>- ? ~y ? yy -of oox :----•• :•:•" ^y 



L^^^^si^^s^m^mB^ss&^m^sm^sm. 




LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 




p L A W R E NCE JLIJVIY E R S I T Y 
Anni vers ary Exercises. 
"& 4 » 1 e • % SS8l&tf!91 



WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1856. 



w 



MUSIC— The Sturm Jforc/. 6Vo/>. . 

iFiE^raiEo 

MUSIC— Una— Arrayed in Clouds of Golden Light 
fiahrfa ory, .... Havxah K. Smith, Appldon. 
IVpi-h.r Literature, ... Hannah C. Beach, Appletm. 
Pie'.un. cf Life, « - Emillv Talmadgk, Fond du Lai.- 

Minor of Fashion, ... Helen McGrbgor, Sheboygan. 

I'iip \ j site aux Environs de Naples, Emily T. Pares*, Miluauh 

MUSIC— Great Exhibition Galop. 



When I an Old, 

Mm. bi> own worst Enemy, 

The Mind's Progress, 

Poem'- Autobiography of a Leaf. 

The World's Embroidery, 



MUSIC-Tfe Btv, 

" All is nut Gold that Glitters," 

Twilight Horns, 

Felly of Worldly Pleasure, 

Appletcn in 1876, 

We're Oh i ng Home, 



Ei.mira F. Frost Appldon. 
Caroline E. Weight, Appldon. 
Mary L. Seecomb, MUicaukce. 
Sarah A. Henry, Fond au Lai 
Sophie E. Walker, Ap\idor 

)!■ II n/ Scotland. 

Louisa A. Corny, Appldor 
C'Livfc W. Cotelanp, Appldor 
! Vnice Leihy, Appldon. 
M.w:\ Ann Phin.ney, Appldon. 
Maui A Thomas, Milwaukee. 



MUSIC— T>i>v*-lf«ppy }f»™> "/">.</ ri.ddhood. 
- I would not live alway," - Kith K. Millard, Lake-MUU. 

The Aluliafcet Family, - - Amanra Cook. Sheboygan. 

lVvm — The Dreamer. K ite S. Sayi.es, RubicottS^ 

Our I "ally Palh*, - - Clara S. Clark. Jlubbarddont, Mass. 

The Forr.-cl Xymphi 

Fra.mi\a M. Kellugg, Clayton, 

Caroline M. Stowe, Apple 

Helen J. Miller, Princ 

Llcinpa M. Darling, Appldc 

MUSIC— he J'rophele. 

BBNT3DICTION. 





Ml ?SIC— Dm- The 


20. 


Unet nseicii.s Influence, 


£1. 


Variety in Ns 'hit. 


22. 


Yearnings cf the S{-i:if, 


23. 


Our Mission, and Valedictory, 



48 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



LAWTtENCE UNIVERSITY. 

— — * ♦ • — 

Monday Evening:, June 27, 1859. 

. -+~~ *_ . 

ORDER OF EXERCISES: 

MUSIC-PRAYER-MUSIC. 

1. Salutatory Address, SARAH G. EDGARTON, Apvltton. 

1. Earth's Benefactors, EVELYN GILMAN, Janesville. 

3. Eight Minutes, ELLEN M. GRIFFITH. Pike. X. T. 

MUSIC. 

4. Progress of Language, MARY J. WOLCOTT, Appleton. 

6. Character Perspective, ELVIRA S. EATON, Jlpplcton. 

6. Ocean Treasures, NELLIE E. McCAUGIIEY, AppUton. 

MUSIC. 

7- Jerusalem, SARAH A. McNEILL, Jlpplctom. 

8. Character, JOSIE E. COOKE, Appleton. 

u. A Gleam of Sunshine, ANNA B. SHERWOOD, Oswego, X. Y, 

MUSIC. 

10. Influence of Scenery, FLORENCE II. EDG ARTON, JippUto*. 

11. Impressions: Whence come they?. CLARA II JENNE, Jlppleton. 

MUSIC. 
Graduating Class. 

12. Philosophical DessehtatioN — The Power of Mystery, 

CORNELIA H. SMITH, Jippleton. 

13. The Web of Thought, with Valedictory Addresses, 

MARY A. A. PUINNEY, Applcton. 

MUSIC. 
BENEDICTION. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 49 

GRAND UNION AND AMALGAMATED FIZZLE 

OF THE 

O HOSE 1ST FEW! 

TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 25, 1862. 

Class Motto— " Nicht yader hund ist gross." 
• 

MJJSW : " Paddy on the turnpike. 
MUSIC: "Where! Oh'u-here!" fyc. 

THE SPEELERS. 

\. Wlu»op! whoop!! puckacheel Big Injun, No. Twenty-Six 

2. " No yer dou't." Young Nick, "With my dad." 

MUSIC— "Am I not fondly thine own ?>> 

S. -'Was J sober or awake?" Lath'u-Up, "Vulpes La-cuss." 

A 5«'il Preservation, "To legs! two legs!! 

tyolegi!!! rhey cry." Hen Ha wkit, Rub-it-on 

MUSIC — "Niyyer on the wood-pile," fyc. 



'THE YOUNG 'UNS. 

i>. Prow I>ove Inst— "I go it blind!".. Bill Achk-ing, What's inanamt? 

6. Good of Opposition: "I come not here to talk.". Goobe-Egg Stowe,P.B. 

MUSIC— ll gentle maid". 

7. I ain't wisible! Little Davy, Soft Water. 

8. No Principles: " Let's wing it." Cross, Over Jordan. 

MUSIC— "March for Crinoline."— BENEDICTION'. 
N. B.~ Children in arras admitted. 



50 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 




EXRIBITION 



BY THE 



i'hihlailuatt foe 





Lawrence University, £ 



Tuesday Evening, Dec. 14, 1858. 




LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 51 




PROGRAMME 



OF 



EXERCISES. M 



MUSIC 

Kx «jr. - American Society. 

Oration — Past, I*r»a?m ;u»(J Future Eo A. Stork v. 

Oration.— The Pleasures of Sciento. M. Fallows. 



S. C Mower. 

}. L. IlAtSM.U. 



Mysic. 

, Ormiioa .— Kccrjjy of thu V\* ill. 
. OrutioH — "Lection Day. 
. Oration.— Now ami Then 

MUSIC. 

; Discussion.— Question— Should studets D3 prohibited frou 

voting. 
Jlffirnutire-T C. WiLro* A'egativc— J. P. Maxwell. 

MUSIC. 

/'<"»<• P. P». Griffith 

MUSIC 





52 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 
They Had Their Fun in the Early Days 

EXPIRATION OF THB "AWKWARD SQAUB 

or THE 

UNIVERSAL LOUNG1NGPLACE. 

WEDNESDAY, AT 3 O'CLOCK, JUNE 25, 1862. 



TVi trikbr COLTS to Mathmkticians "— CIms Motto. 



MANNER OF "PETERING OUT": 

ySrO~ li Onrt!/cd Riley" | EXHORTATION. \ MUSIC— " Hog E v , Mar,. 
I -.-'I w.i. This is 1nchba.sk bv I'nion" H J. H 'I9T-ON, Play fair 

. ts U\ &OTI. H8DKBMAB1.E ? 

) -V. .Mac: au, Mac ! tbou'll get tby fair in, 

li. fte'.l ihay'll roast tbee iik.e a herrin." DUNCAN MAKE LEGS OR. Walk Ti.rkt) 

MUSIC— "Davies' Dream.'' 

*.'«EI1 SPKEfH AND FREB PASTURE. 

" When kM men my you are an ass, it is time to bray". HUMPHREY PASSJFI', All d<n« Jtl 

Vor a Newton ! '-Onlv in a country of blind peopU 
n on.-r-yed man ii king." WOOD HKAD SKARLES, BruiDum 

MUSIC— "Obadiah," by the " Squad >' 

1HK Son OK t WASHERWOMAN. 

••One dine**, d Shrep infects the whole flock." CAUOH T ITCH-IN-OR, At Templari 

:ckly Oration: Jovial Life on the Oroan. 
'• The higher .in Ape goes, the more he show* his tail." A WHININO LAD. Ninny 

MUSIC— By the Short Horn Band 

Hbpartinc Spirit. 
•• It ishard for an empty hag to stand upright." HAMSTRUNG B1LL-1-AM, A-sappy-son. 

tlKART A211VE HEAD. 

"A mittened cat never becomes a good mouser." , . . . . . JOHNNT DAVIS, Sprungnater 



MUSIC— Solo by Searlet: "0 Nellie 1 have misted 



you. 



O: 3FUL (l.AM)BNTATIONJ OF TDB LAST. 

•• The poorest ihtcp often get the b*st feed ." WOOLY JAWED LAMB. l,ov trtt 



('QVERING THK GHAVES! 

MUSIC— ''Dead March" - - - BENNETT'S FIXINOS 

^-—Five dollar charge on dead pig and turkey 
N. 3.— No promenaling allowed after the exercise* Per order 
.^til.1. Litbr ' — Midnight Dupatch . -Dancing itri ctly prphibited (Signed 1 Uirafi»« 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 53 



II/l- l_ H T K 1 S H I 3lO 

M(.R0 GERMAVO REIPtbLO 

WiSCONSIENSIS GUBERNATORI, 

LUGENTI FACULTGRI HUJUS UNI V3ERSIT AXIS 

DAMSEL-IBUS DULCIBUS NOSTRIS CUM MAGXIS ESCUMS 
PEXTISSIMUS BONI V1NI E.T DUTCH! LAGEJKI 
VLNDITORIBUS ET OMNIBUS ANGELIS 
PLUTONIS UBtCUMQUE 

TERBARUM. 

EXERCITATIONES HASCI RAGCEDISSIMI JUVENES 
IN OMNIBUS LUDIS INITIATE. 



80MNTCU LOSE DEDICAMUS. 

GAL', I r k U5 TAKE r v ' r D r ''.- IE qi OUS ACHILLES 

JRKO-W-OT/S PCjAV HELL CAR.OU.SE, &C. 

00ft4CU$>RUS F-UWlNt gOS» ' rO-STAHK-3TATI-STAVU>l 



54 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 




*S> 



GXN 



C^> 



LAST SHIN- DIG OF THE SEASON! 

MASONS STONE AMPITHEATRE 

13. O. llthi HOUK. 

MOTTO— " Squeezed I, Rufd I Pc^d /' 

TABLE OF OONTENTS : 

MUSTC— "Buffalo Oalh," &c. (Solo ty Aiien.i 

PRAYER DY A HKATIIFN GOD 

MUSIC— "Dutch lager am de but," SfC. (Sicbbering bj C i-uss. ■ 

1. Oil: RATIONS— Pork Latin— "Trumps Ba Gar," 

JUST PETERED-OUT CROSS,* Brown CqV<uj*. 
MUSIC— "Monkey one ManLty three, frc, (All Sing. ) 

2. '"The Expounder of the history of Horace G. and the Af- 

rican race. 

GIRL - EDIFIS?. ST OWE- Dear, f,\o. 224 Five Pohf> 
near Tannery, at the Sign of the Pewter Mug. 

MUSIC— "Ralthshebaurj his bones" $c 

-i. u Give me a Longer Cue." 

"WHERE IN H— L AM I," (Bill Aching J ), Terra Del /Vy- 
MUSIC— " Trip the light fantastic toe 

Round the roym uith a Dutch girl r n 

(Performed by Aik- n. 

CONFERRING OF DEATH WARRANTS 

MUSIC— S "Ave Marias," (SoIob by Cross.) 



Sockdologies. 

* First on a tight, first on a spree, 
First in the eyes of the Crescent (which sec 
VMS IS THE FIRST ASS PERSONIFIED 8INCE BALAM'8 
A Pony ! A Pony ! My Kingdom for a Pony, &c. (Oxford.) 

+ This is a little b.">y that is " seen but not heard" ib the company of young iadi«-s ti—pt 
*ii*n Fosterid by his Doliluh. 

t fe» n...^. S Stove. " I have a pony." 

■} '* 111 ' Discount you and beat you then.' " 

" 1 prefer to ride on horseback these hot days. 
6qT" N B The audience wiM refrain from tears 'till the Aching wail it. Sashec*, 

To the Class: 

11 Many under les» imposing exteriors [posteriors] than yea, yeaag m«a, fc*fe»t 
ength risen to eminence." 

"Litres of groat jrej; all remind us," fto. 

Pure * /. tt 



56 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



MOSTJPUSSyMAN 



EDWARD SALOMON, ESQ, P.B., 



OUB-HER -ONE-AT-HEK-KYE 



PRO-CIBKF, PROFESSOR-BUST, CURE-RATS-0R-RIB3-Y0U-SQUEEZE, 



HONEY-A.NP-ICK EAT RI VER-AND-DOIK. 



YOU NEVER SEE TATERS LAURA RANSHY 



NO SCRABBLING BACK-GAL-YOU'RE-AILING 



HE-SET.YOUR-EYE. 



H A Y - S E E D OX-OR-CITY- RATIONS 



TRULY WE DEDICATE A. B., M. A., LL. D., M. D., D. D. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 57 



FIDO-LICK-IT; 



JOHAN EBENEZERIUS DAVISSIMUS 

HEXZICUXTIOR JACTAVISSIME HUSTONIBACCISSIMUS 
JACICERO WIREPOLISTIS LADDIVUSpUJQUJX. 
WALTJVUS JAMQCE LAM,HIMYOUCUSS. 
DUMPHIM.ORLET.es MARC/JS GREGpR/pS. 
HAMFRYOUDEATITOR PIERCEOXITISSIMUS. 
GIRLJMUST. IIAVEAXDHERE^HEGOE SEARLIEANUS. 
CUIBOXO (?) O.YOUCUSS.TOUCHEXORCEXTIORTEXXISIMUS. 
HAMLINIAMUS BEASTJORTISSIMCS WILLIAM^ A ST.ICXS. 

Grab Vm Maggie try a Rettptfon* 



SAYMULE0BRAY1BUS BOYDRIVEHIMHOMEIBUS. 
ALBERTIATIBUS RUINCUBA DIEORLEMOXIBUSQL'E. 
BEXJAMIXMENACEXTIOR FRANKLIKABUS MULI-ETHEADIBUS. 
THOMACITIBUS CICERO WILSONISTIBUSQUE. 



Gradum Magistri Receptora. 



ft (?) 



58 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



FROM THE MILWAUKEE SENTINEL 

Correspondence of Milwaukee Sentinel of February 15, 1856 

Lawrence University: This popular collegiate school 
was chartered in 1847-8, as the Lawrence Institute, and was 
changed in 1849 to Lawrence University, the name by which 
it is now so widely known. Rev. Reeder Smith, a minister 
of the M. E. Church, who had been designated by Conference 
as well as by Mr. Lawrence, to explore the country and locate 
a Collegiate Institution, under an endowment from Mr. Law- 
rence of ten thousand dollars, took up his residence in the 
wilderness where Appleton is now located. He had endured 
hardships and privations, and toils and cares, in maturing 
a plan for carrying out the wishes of Mr. Lawrence in found- 
ing an institution of learning which not only should be an 
honor to its originator, but an important element in building 
up a large and influential denomination of Christians, and a 
lasting benefit to the rising generation. 

BUILDINGS AND LIBRARY. 

The Preparatory Department went into operation in the 
fall of 1849, occupying a building 70 by 30 feet, four stories 
high, and was continued as a very respectable academy until 
the arrival from the east of Rev. Edward Cook, D. D., as 
President, May, 1853. In that year the present college 
building was commenced, and the cap-stone was laid May 27, 
1854. This building is the largest and best of the kind in 
the West. It is one hundred and twenty feet long, sixty 
feet wide, and five stories high, and contains a chapel capa- 
ble of seating 1,000 people, seven public rooms, for class and 
lecturing purposes, a library and reading room, cabinet 
rooms, two library society rooms, and thirty-three private 
rooms for Professors and Teachers. 

The Faculty consists of the President and five Profes- 
sors and Teachers. The library is made up of the choicest 
selections from every department of literature, and contains 
three thousand volumes, with a fund of $10,000 from the 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 59 

estate of the late Samuel Appleton, of Boston, Mass., ob- 
tained through the application of Reeder Smith's agency, 
for the increase of the library. 

The literary character of the University stands the 
brightest, by far, of any in the State, and is to-day exerting 
a wider influence in disseminating knowledge than any sim- 
ilar institution in the West. It has a Freshman, Sophomore, 
and Junior class in the college proper, and corresponding 
classes, numbering nearly as many more, in the Ladies' 
College. 

PRESIDENT. 

From a short acquaintance with President Cooke, I 
judge him to be just the man for the place. Possessing a re- 
markably fine intellectual organization, a well-balanced mind, 
and a temperament indicating decision of purpose, affable 
in his bearing, . and courteous and gentlemanly in his ad- 
dress, he seems to be well calculated to be placed at the head 
of so popular an institution. 

SCENERY. 

Seldom, if ever, has it been my good fortune to visit a 
place so admirably combining all the necessary elements of 
commercial prosperity as may be found in this locality. 
There are so many choice, romantic spots along the high 
bluffs, and on the pinnacles cut through with deep ravines, 
covered with the native forest-trees, for fine residences, and 
so many broad avenues for trade and commerce, combined 
and backed up by the most extensive water power in the 
whole West, all must conspire to make this point one of the 
most desirable in the Northwest for a permanent residence. 
The capacity of the water power here is forty-nine and a 
half feet fall in a distance of one and a quarter miles, with 
a width of seventy rods, and the rise and fall of the river 
never exceeding three feet. So it may be seen, when it is 
also known that the river here has a smooth, rocky bottom, 
that mills may be multiplied ad infinitum, yet the water 
power will not be exhausted. It is ample for all purposes 
to which the ingenuity of man may bend it, at all seasons, 
and if properly improved in the hands of skillful capitalists, 
will form a basis for a prosperous town as firm as its own 
rocky bed. A. H. B. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 61 

IMPORTANCE AND CLAIMS OF THE 
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 

A lecture delivered in the east in 1859 and 1860 
by the Rev. Reeder Smith. 

"Cast thy bread upon the waters, for thou shalt find it 
after many days." 

In presenting to the consideration of the public the 
claims of the Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, I 
wish to exhibit, — 

1st. Its favorable location territorially. 

2d. Its providential origin. 

3d. Its present condition and wants. 

4th. The justness of its appeal, on all these consider- 
ations, for immediate and liberal aid from all who have the 
means . 

I 

Wisconsin is peculiarly situated among the States of 
the Union, nearly in a direct line west from Massachu- 
setts, and central among the Northwestern States; — Wiscon- 
sin has a greater number of miles navigable along her shore 
and ports than any other State, except one, in the Union; 
having nearly 1,000 miles of lake coast, and 1,000 miles of 
canals and navigable rivers. The extent of territory is 
53,924 square miles, equal to eight of the smaller States in 
the Union, and a population between 800,000 and 1,000,000. 
The number of private schools or academies in the eight 
States, is 1,362, one to every 39 square miles, while Wiscon- 
sin has only one to every 1,000 square miles. These States 
have one college to every 1,661 square miles; Wisconsin has 
only one college to every 26,962 square miles. 

The city of Appleton, in Wisconsin, is situated centrally 
and easily accessible for the location of a great educational 
institution, being 30 miles south of Green Bay, 100 miles 
northwest of Milwaukee, 200 miles from LaCrosse by rail- 
road, and 200 from Prairie du Chien by steamboat inland 
navigation to the Mississippi, to Madison 110 miles, Lake 



62 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Superior at Ontonagon 210 miles, Chicago 200 miles, (see 
map.) It has a population of 4,000 or 5,000, gathered in 11 
years, and within 50 miles, other cities and villages have 
multiplied to the number of about 25 or 30, with a population 
ranging from 1,000 to 10,000, with a rich agricultural 
country in all directions, populated by a community that re- 
quires common schools and teachers in every school district, 
demanding a college at this very spot. 

A large region of country south and southwest, must 
be supplied with teachers from this central point. Steam- 
boats from the Great Lakes to the Mississippi pass through 
this city, making a direct navigation from the River St. 
Lawrence to the Gulf of Mexico. Steamers 144 feet long by 
34 feet wide pass the falls by canal through four locks.* 
* See Improvement Company's Report, page 19 of Appendix. 

"The Lawrence University of Wisconsin, located here, 
is 200 miles from the Northwestern, and 225 from the Ham- 
line University. There is no institution of its grade, or like- 
ly to be, within a circle of 200 miles, and there is already a 
population within 100 miles sufficient to furnish pupils for 
a first-class University, and increasing with almost incon- 
ceivable rapidity." — Zion's Herald. 

This Institution stands upon the University grounds, 
containing about 40 acres, on the west bank of a majestic 
river, 700 feet wide, 3 feet deep, with a fall of 44 feet in 
one mile — nearly central in the city, and elevated 75 feet 
above the river, and 500 feet distant, in full view of the 
rapids, surrounded with the most enchanting scenery in 
Nature's lovely form.* 



See Scenery, Appendix, page 20. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 63 

II 
The Providential Origin of this University 

The late Amos Lawrence, of Boston, in 1846, at the age 
of threescore years, conceived the idea of planting this enter- 
prise, upon the distant banks of a v iver, then lined with 
wigwams, and to be reached only by the savage trail or canoe ; 
a land he never saw but through the vista of the future. As 
David conceived the establishing of the house of God, and 
only anticipated its future, as he committed to his son the 
task of completing it, so in anticipation of this, Mr. Amos 
Lawrence said : "I have proposed this enterprise to my son, 
and he will offer to give into the hands of your people, 
$10,000, for a college in Wisconsin, to be paid when you raise 
$10,000 more for the same object. My son, Amos A. Law- 
rence will make the offer to \ou, to establish an Institution 
of Learning, where one will be much needed, and if you go 
there and meet his views, he will help you on with the 
undertaking, liberally." 

Amos A. Lawrence, in his care to meet his father's 
anticipations in this new enterprise, writes for advice to 
Bishop Alonzo Potter, of Philadelphia, and Rev. John S. 
Stone, Rector of Christ Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., to which 
they reply as follows: — 

"Mr. Amos A. Lawrence, of Boston, having consulted 
me in respect to the plan and incipient operating of the 
Wisconsin Institution, I cheerfully state that I advise that 
the begining be made on a moderate scale, and that no at- 
tempt be made at first to organize more than the preparatory 
department, and that much atention be given to the prepar- 
ation of teachers for common schools." 

"I fully concur in the wisdom of the above advice, given 
by Bishop Potter. (Signed,) John S. Stone, D. D. 

This concurrence was accompanied by $100 from himself, 
and $500 from his son, who is also an Episcopal minister. 

Amos A. Lawrence, desirous of getting some responsible 
party to apply his benevolence wrote to Chicago, August 14, 
1847, as follows: 



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Dear Sir: In case you think it necessary in order to 
concentrate some action upon this enterprise, I wish you 
would proceed at once to the Conference now about to meet 
at Chicago, and I trust you will find immediate steps may 
be taken toward carrying it into effect. I have conveyed the 
sum of $10,000 to Trustees, to be held by them until an ad- 
ditional sum of $10,000 shall be raised for the same purpose, 
and then to be paid over according to provisions named. 

I should prefer that this institution should be placed 
under the control of the Methodist, rather than any other, 
excepting my own church, (Protestant Episcopal.) 

I have a high opinion of the adaptation of the principles 
of the Methodists to the people of the West, and I think from 
all I can learn, that their institutions are carried on with 
more vigor, and diffuse more good with the same means than 
any other. It seems to be decided by experience, that all 
literary institutions must be controlled by some sect, and 
efforts to prevent this have blasted their usefulness. I will 
co-operate with them in all that is necessary for its estab- 
lishment and organization. Very truly yours, 

Amos A. Lawrence. 

To Rev. Reeder Smith. 

The following concurrent response upon the character, 
location, and necessity of this enterprise, ought to settle the 
fact, that it had its origin with God: 

The following is the evidence of the fact to the public : 

New York, April 5, 1848. 

This collegiate enterprise was laid before the Conference 
in Wisconsin, and by that body favorably entertained and 
cordially approved. 

At the same time Rev. Reeder Smith was requested to 
act for the Conference in procuring the means and adopting 
the measures necessary to the permanent establishment of the 
Lawrence University of Wisconsin. 

For these purposes Mr. Smith was subsequently ap- 
pointed Financial Agent. In all this he is known to have 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 65 

acted as Mr. Lawrence's representative, and in accordance 
with his wishes, in view of the foregoing facts, with a pro- 
found impression of the importance of such an Institution at 
its designed location. 

The undersigned earnestly commend him and the cause 
he presents to the confidence and liberality of all the friends 
of religion and learning in that most interesting portion of 
our country. 

Signed, E. Hedding, 

B. Waugh, 
E. S. Janes, 
J. S. Stone, 
E. N. Kirk, 
S. Olin, 
J. Dempster, 
A. Stevens, 
In further proof that this claim is entitled to general 
confidence and support we add the voluntary concurrence of 
the following statesmen from Michigan: 

Detroit, Nov. 2, 1847. 

To the friends of Education: The fidelity, success, and 
ability of Rev. Reeder Smith, in his relations with the 
Albion Seminary at Albion, Mich., which is already disting- 
uished as a highly literary institution, which is beholden to 
Mr. Smith, its financial agent, for the stability it has at- 
tained, gives ample warrant that the enterprise in Wisconsin, 
bearing the name of Lawrence, which Mr. Smith leaves our 
State to take the management and supervision of, will ter- 
minate with entire success. 

We, the undersigned, fully commend this Institution in 
Wisconsin, and Mr. Smith, to public favor for aid, wherever 
he may judge it necessary to travel in securing the interests 
of the same, throughout the United States. 

Signed by 

Governor W. L. Greenly, 

Lewis Cass, United States Senator, 

Ross Wilkins, District Judge of U. S. Court 

and nine officers of State, and other literary gentlemen of 

Detroit. 



66 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

We add to this the concurrence of an assembly of fifty 
clergymen in New York, Dec. 4, 1847, as follows: 

Resolved, that we consider such an institution of \ital 
importance, and entitled to public benevolence, having for 
its object the diffusion of religious literature in a destitute 
portion of our country, where it is most needed. 

And as Mr. Lawrence and the Rock River Conference 
have committed the carrying out of their wishes to the Rev. 
R. Smith, we commend him as every way trustworthy, and 
this object as one of great importance. 

Signed, S. Martindale, President, 

E. Crawford, Secretary. 

200 Mulbury street. 

The position then is sustained, that this University 
originated in a wise Providence, and that the character, loca- 
tion, and establishment were made in Wisconsin, where it 
now is, under the sanction and advice of the best, the wisest, 
and the most pious men in the Church and in the State. 

When all this is taken into the account, none will reject 
this claim among the number that have been multiplied with- 
out counsel, wisdom, or advice from either church or State, 
but sympathize with this, and the man who is, by the same 
Providence, made responsible for raising this endowment. 

If such responsibility has been placed upon the hands of 
the speaker by such men and bodies of men, no apology will 
be expected for employing testimony that includes the name 
of the speaker; but, if the importance of the responsibility 
has entered into his heart, they will rather expect the most 
urgent appeal and the most indefatigable persistence till he 
has secured its permanence by raising $83,000. 




DR. RUSSELL Z. MASON 

Second President 



68 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

III 
ITS PRESENT CONDITION AND WANTS 

The amount now invested in buildings, library, ap- 
paratus, fixtures, &c.,* $ 70,000 

Appleton Library fund, donated by Samuel Appleton 10,000 

Citizens' fund for chair of Mathematics and Civil 

Engineering, 10,000 

Scholarship fund for free tuition, 10,000 

$100,000 
Normal instruction and English literature are, at pres- 
ent, paid for by the State. This leaves all the chairs in the 
college proper without endowment, except one. A college 
capital of one hundred thousand dollars. 

The disastrous fire which occurred in 1857, consumed 
the building occupied by the female and preparatory depart- 
ment of this University, when 200 students belonged to that 
department. This fire broke forth so suddenly at night, and 
in such a wind, with the severe cold weather, as to prevent 
the removal of any furniture, including three pianos. 

The Faculty consists of six Professors of distinguished 
ability and rare literary qualifications, who work on small 
salaries, with a conviction that they are doing a great work 
for the accomplishment of a great object. There are also 
two female teachers, who are doing all they can with their 
department, under embarrassments. 

The President, Edward Cooke, D. D., presided at this 
institution with acknowledged ability and merited popularity,* 
six years, with an average of three hundred students a year. 
Prof. R. Z. Mason is now acting President. 

Rev. Dr. Edward Cooke has taken charge of a congrega- 
tion in Milwaukee, for this year, and receives his support 
from thence. 

The college and the public demand the Doctor's return 
immediately, but this cannot be asked for until the jrresidewt's 

* See President, Appendix, page 20. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 69 

chair is endowed. The number of teachers and ministers 
sent out into the State from this College is greater than 
from any other college in the West, for the same time. 

The fire occasioned a diminution of income from room- 
rent; there is an entire destitution of money in that State, 
and in consequence of an inadequate endowment, the whole 
enterprise is so crippled that, with the present faculty, with- 
out salary for President, and a voluntary endowment agency 
without salary, the University is running behind its income 
from two thousand to three thousand dollars a year; and, 
until the endowment asked for is realized, this cannot be 
avoided. 

We are therefore compelled to apply to a generous pub- 
lic for the following amounts, which we want and must ob- 
tain from the East, as follows: 

1. For a suitable structure for a Female Department. $10,000 

2. Endowment of chair, Ethics and Civil Polity 
(President's chair) 20,000 

3. Endowment of chair, Ancient Languages and Lit- 
erature, 15,000 

4. Endowment of chair, Hebrew and Biblical Lit- 
erature, 15,000 

5. Endowment of chair, Natural Science, 12,000 

6. Endowment of chair, Modern Languages and Lit- 
erature, 11,000 



$83,000 

The amount of eighty-three thousand dollars can never 
be better applied. 

This makes a large demand upon public benevolence to 
secure one object, but it will be our business to show that the 
object is much greater than the amount required. Of the 
$83,000, $50,000 is asked for from the East by the Agent, for 
endowment, and $10,000 to rebuild. This leaves $23,000 for 
the General Agent to raise in Wisconsin during the same 
time; a portion of which is now obtained in donations of 
real estate, which will be made available at some future time. 



70 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

The resolutions of the Wisconsin Conference, consisting 
of 150 members say: 

"We will earnestly and perseveringly co-operate with 
the Trustees and Agents of the Lawrence University, in rais- 
ing the sum of $50,000 for endowment, and an additional 
amount sufficient to build a suitable structure for the female 
collegiate department of this University, 

H. C. Tilton, Secretary." 

His Excellency, Governor Alexander W. Randall accepts 
the Presidency of the Corporation, and writes as follows: 

Executive Office, Madison, Wis., 1859. 
Dear Sir: I have received the late Report of the Board 
of Education, in which they have resolved to raise East, for 
a permanent endowment, $50,000, and $10,000 for rebuilding. 
I have also examined and approved the official doings of the 
Trustees, in sending out a special endowment agency to ac- 
complish the above. 

I do most cordially concur in the same; and ask, in be- 
half of this college, the most liberal aid of the philanthropist; 
and I am of the opinion he can find no better object to bestow 
his benevolence upon, than the endowment of the Lawrence 
University of Wisconsin, and think the above sum ought and 
will be met by the older and richer States. 

Alexander W. Randall. 

About one-third of the $50,000 is now pledged, on con- 
dition the balance is secured. 

Our statement presents an estate now of $100,000, of a 
permanent nature, but not productive. Amos Lawrence and 
Samuel Appleton, the originators, may be looking upon this 
investment as promising more good to the world than any 
other offspring of their benevolent minds. 

Would $83,000 to secure the position, alone, that is now 
actually occupied by this vigorous youth, of ten years' growth, 
have appeared a large amount in the generous hearts of the 
originators and founders of the Lawrence University? 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 71 

These men were too brave, as well as enterprising and 
munificent, to have valued the amount of $10,000 each; then, 
placed in the hands of strangers, to be planted at this position 
in defence of truth, and our country's liberty. They valued 
this amount, in comparison with the position now secured 
through their planting, no more than the husbandman counts 
the grain of wheat in comparison with the golden harvest. 

If $20,000, eleven years since, were thrown broadcast, 
when no surrounding cities were in existence within twenty 
or fifty miles, as a security that it would be seed sown in 
good ground, how much more readily should the remainder 
be given now that forests are felled, prairies subdued, cities 
built, commerce opened, and minor schools established. 

These men, with such minds, would be likely to say that 
the one-half that is now a reality was not anticipated;* but 
if the amount of seed sown there has been doubled five times, 
besides the expense of keeping the position, and multiplying 
brave men, and sending out many reinforcements to the 
great battlefield, this amount, in view of the object, is only 
like paper and packthread, compared to the silk or satin goods 
you buy. Then every enlightened, enlarged, benevolent 
mind will say, the amount is small, compared with this 
object;* and this amount ought and must be had. 

"The liberal soul deviseth liberal things, and by liberal 
things he will stand." Did these men, unsolicited, propose 
and plant a station, or standard, at this most central and 
commanding position, among alL the great Western States, 
before civilization had reached the spot? Did they judge of 
the world's future, from the past; and, like the immortal 
Washington, in his country's defence, ever secure the location 

* Especially ivhen we compare this amount with amounts 
asked and obtained for colleges that, in point of position or 
usefulness, come as far below this, as this amount is less 
than the amount given to establish colleges that have more 
endowment than students, because the object of the patron- 
age is thought to be more for support to men, than to edu- 
cate and save the world. 



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of some brave men with munitions of war, beyond the ad- 
vanced enemy? — And if the first defence or fortification was 
of necessity made with dispatch, — as upon Dorchester 
Heights, — their position, alone, gave the power of defence, 
and by the use of the very sand, which they removed from 
the entrenchment, only put into hogsheads, of its own weight, 
would have mowed down hundreds of the approaching enemy, 
breaking and destroying the most expensive and powerful 
weapons of their warfare. We shall show that this origin- 
ated not alone in the wisdom of men, but was ordained by 
the wisdom and providence of God, who always appoints the 
means to accomplish the great end of his purposes. 

To us it looks strange and mysterious that such an 
enterprise, so much needed, at such a time should be crippled 
in this way. To see two hundred youth in a preparatory col- 
legiate school, stripped of house, apparatus, and furniture, 
in one night; and one hundred and fifty-six young ladies, 
looking in vain for accommodations to assist them in acquir- 
ing a discipline necessary to a position of a most responsible 
nature, in forming- a country's destiny as teacher and mother. 
But God may have seen that this very event was necessary 
to bring this claim to some rich man's or woman's heart, 
that could never have seen this opening for great usefulness, 
in the application of their money, only by the light of these 
flames, while consuming the smouldering ruins; bringing 
to their vision, before they close their eyes in death, this 
great field, with this sublime object, for their benevolence, 
that they may apply a portion of a fortune, that otherwise 
might never increase their bliss in the eternal world. As 
they "that turn many to righteousness shall shine as the 
stars forever and ever," you have the opportunity, before you 
die, to erect with your money this building, that would be 
seen, from the eternal home of the blessed, in future years, 
to be a nursery of mothers and teachers, producing an annual 
harvest of the richest results to the church and the world, 
in the salvation of multitudes which will not only "multiply 
your seed sown, and increase the fruits of your righteousness : 

* See liberality in others, Appendix, page 21. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 73 

which causeth, through us, thanksgiving to God," — but will 
augment the number of stars in your crown, that will shine 
forever and ever. This demand, then, should be prayerfully 
investigated. You may have supposed that you have seen 
all the world's claims, and it may have seemed to you that 
they have been multiplied till your heart almost loathes the 
presentation of a new one; but God is prolonging, and has 
for years prolonged, your life for some object; — can you 
say for what you have lived? Your money, that God has 
made you a steward of, you can neither eat nor drink, nor 
carry with you; and should you leave it to such as know not 
the value of money as the fruit of industry; if your gold is 
not cankered by saving it for them, it may eat their souls 
when left to them, in neglect of God's demands, as doth a 
canker, to all eternity. Now, God, by this providence has 
brought to your consideration, this claim, for rebuilding and 
endowing the Lawrence University, and you should, instead 
of treating it with any indifference, understand that Christ, 
who knocketh in various ways, at the doors of your heart, 
says, he has stood without till his locks are wet with the 
drops of the night; and by this, Christ may desire to elevate 
your seat in heaven, eternally, by giving this opportunity of 
endowing a chair, or building a temple of science, for the 
moral and religious culture of the West. 

The immediate demand for the University, in that country, 
is the necessity to educate the youth of both sexes. ■ Every 
settlement and town within one hundred miles is casting 
about, either to select and send their youth to be fitted as 
teachers for their towns, or looking to this University to 
furnish them. From 150 to 200 young ladies annually ask 
to be instructed at this school, and as many young men. 
Thousands of the youth, especially the girls and misses, are 
to be found in the neighborhood, like the ore in the mine 
waiting the refining process, and soon they will form the 
character of thousands more, whatever that may be. The 
progress of science and civilization in any country will be 
just in proportion to the character and condition of their 
females. Will not God hold us responsible, who have the 
means and power to give a right direction? This calls for 



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a candid investigation, to know what we can do> and whether 
we are willing to do, or whether we will say, like Cain, "Am 
I my brother's keeper?" , 

We have said that this Female Department was con- 
sumed by fire, and two hundred students were left in one 
night to look but in vain for its classic halls. This loss 
must be met from the East. I say, in the language of Pres- 
idents Woolsey and Day, of Yale College. 

"This institution is one of great importance, and some- 
thing should be done speedily to help it at this present time : 
nothing can be done at the West in the present condition of 
that part of the country; and the call is great, both upon 
Methodists and all Christians, to do something for this 
object." 

The importance of female education demands especial 
and immediate aid. This department is of more importance 
to the world than any other portion of the great educational 
work. To give a right formation to the mind and character 
of woman, is to give form and character to a country or 
nation. Few men ever possessed elements of distinction or 
greatness, but were attributable to their mothers. Who could 
desire a higher honor, or to do a greater good to the extended 
West, than to be able of his own means, to rebuild and es- 
tablish permanently the Female Collegiate Institute of the 
Lawrence University in such a commanding position in the 
world? 

The mothers of the now unborn millions may here re- 
ceive direction or formation to a course that is to be eternal. 
As the direction of the ball thrown from the cannon takes its 
course from the placing of the carriage that bears it to the 
field of action, so in like manner our hand may give direc- 
tion to a course which is eternal. The day of eternity, then, 
can only develop the amount of good done here, and in that 
day it can be seen who were formed by your benevolence for 
bliss, and who were lost through our neglect. 

To form and establish the character of a country's off- 
spring, is to give stability to a country's future greatness. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 75 

A few living witnesses of eminence will now be intro- 
duced, whose opinions we urge in its behalf. 

Ex-Governor Horatio Seymour, of New York, writes. 
August, 1859, from the spot, as follows: 

"It is of the utmost importance to get good colleges here 
at the outset, and thus give a right direction to a great and 
growing population. I have attended two of the commence- 
ment exercises of the Lawrence University and I am acquaint- 
ed with its general character and condition. I look upon this 
University as one of the most interesting and useful institu- 
tions of the Northwestern States, The uses of this are not 
merely prospective. At this time, it is giving education 
each year to more than 300 students. There are very few 
of the older and more richly endowed that are doing as 
much. Those who gave so liberally to establish this would 
be gratified with the result of their beneficence, if they should 
visit this college, as I have done. It will do them great and 
lasting honor. I hope the generous liberality of Appleton 
and Lawrence will soon be seconded by others." 

The Trustees and Faculty are Eastern men, and know 
the condition of the country, and they state as follows: 

"We believe there is no educational enterprise more im- 
portant or more worthy the aid of the philanthropist." 

Milwaukee, December, 1859. 
"I have watched with much solicitude the Lawrence 
University, since 1850, an enterprise full of promise to the 
cause of education in the West, and notwithstanding the 
great want of a sufficient endowment which has greatly 
crippled its operation, I am happy to know that it stands at 
the head of the literary institutions in the Northwest. It 
has educated more students and accomplished more good, 
than many other institutions much its senior, and has a 
stronger claim upon the public for benevolence, than any 
similar object in the country." Hon. M. Stever. 




PRESIDENT GEORGE M. STEELE 

Third President 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 77 

IV 

THE JUSTICE OF THIS APPEAL TO THE CHRISTIAN 
SYMPATHY OF THOSE WHO HAVE MEANS TO AID. 

The following letter from Lee Claflin, of Boston, was 
communicated October, 1859. At the same time he sub- 
scribed five thousand dollars toward making up this en- 
dowment : 

"Dear Sir: Among the objects of charity I have 
thought there were none, where the amount could do more 
good than those institutions whose object is to give our 
youth a good Christian education, particularly in our new 
and Western States, where the rising generation are soon to 
be our legislators, our teachers, our ministers; — in fact, they 
will be the nation! 

"If I were to live my life over again, instead of giving 
less, I should give more. As to leaving a large amount to 
children, after we are gone, it would, in general, do them 
more hurt than good. 

"I am satisfied that no man is a true Christian until he 
has given up himself, and all he has, to God; and then keep 
all he has, subject to the order of God; then it will be a 
pleasure to do what God shall direct. I was early pros- 
pered, and early began to be liberal, and since that time I 
have found it more blessed to give than to receive. I hope 
and trust God may give you wisdom and grace to guide you. 

Lee Claflin." 

Hon. Edward Everett, of Boston, October, 1859, writes 
as follows: 

"Dear Sir: I have much pleasure in stating my opinion 
of Lawrence University, of Wisconsin. It is very favorably 
situated in a country rapidly settling, fertile, salubrious, and 
rich in mineral wealth; easily accessible on all sides, — on a 
noble river. The only question now is, how to obtain an 
enlargement of its resources, with a view to increased use- 
fulness. 



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"This University, if adequately endowed, cannot fail to 
become, by the Divine blessing, a radiating point of intellect- 
ual, moral, and religious light to unborn millions, who will, 
in the next half century, exercise a powerful influence in the 
government of our country. I consider the new States of 
the Union as the most important part of the educational 
field. The East is well supplied with seminaries of almost 
every kind, from the primary school to the university, and 
the institutions for professional education. Though much 
has been done, much remains to be done. I have no doubt 
this will succeed, if proper methods are persevered in to ob- 
tain an increase of endowment." Edward Everett. 

Hon. A. A. Lawrence, of Boston, who has no pecuniary 
interest in the State, during the same month, pledges, as a 
portion of the present endowment, $5,000, and replies to a 
note of inquiry, as follows: 

"The college at Appleton is a vigorous and widely useful 
institution, and there can be no doubt of its permanency." 

Rev. S. K. Lothrop, D. D., of Boston, October, 1859, 
writes : 

"I am acquainted with the character and usefulness of 
this University among all classes, and it has a strong claim 
upon the country, and upon us, for aid." 

The same is concurred in by the following clergy: 

Rev. N. Hall, Rev. J. H. Morrison, of Dorchester, and 
Rev. Dr. Hill, of Worcester. 

We have shown this to be of God, and sustained by the 
judgment and benevolence of the best and wisest men of 
this nation* When we combine all the weight of talent, 
wisdom, piety, and benevolence, concentrated in the forego- 
ing, we must be compelled to say: this University has an 

* See letters of Stephen H. Tyng, Bishops Janes and 
Thomas M. Clark, Presidents Walker, of Harvard College, 
and Sears, of Brown University, Doctors Stevens, Porter, 
Carlton, McClintock, and Haven, pages 17, 18, 19 of Appendix. 



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established claim before an enlightened and liberal public, 
in the East as well as in the West, for raising the amount 
asked for to endow and rebuild, which is for East and West 
$83,000. This amount will permanently secure a literary 
citadel, in the midst of the great struggle, from which to 
draw recruits without importing or transporting. Provi- 
dence has given such direction to the origin and progress of 
the Lawrence University, that all men must see that this is 
a beacon-light, now burning, designed of God to give direc- 
tion to unnumbered millions, through all succeeding gen- 
erations. 

Europe is pouring into this fairest portion of our earth 
a flood of rationalism. It can only be met by the united 
efforts of enlightened Christians. Here is the battle-ground. 
The hour of conflict is now upon us. The hosts of Satan are 
marching upon us in three distinct divisions, — the Papal, the 
Rational, and the Sensual. Who will furnish the munitions 
of war for the conflict? The majestic West must be edu- 
cated. If Christianity does not do it through her literary 
institutions, Infidelity will. 

All schools and universities cost money, and have been 
committed to the care of some individuals. This is a day of 
liberal things, and requires liberal-minded men to meet the 
emergency. Christianity is called upon to meet infidelity on 
a different battle-field ; and as science and art have increased 
the power of man to destroy nations and kingdoms in battle, 
so now, with the Paixhan gun, and bomb-shell, whole towns 
and cities are laid in ruins in a day. f 

Now in this conflict of armies, from all nations, in this 
Valley of the Mississippi, where Gog and Magog are to 
measure arms, and decide a long contest between truth and 
error, a different weapon of defence is required f^om what 

f This is a fast age. The express train runs to-day. 
Men desire to travel by lightning through the air; and the 
means and weapons for the overthrow of truth are imported 
and transported to the scene of action, or manufactured on 
the ground, with the use of both steam and lightning, em- 
ployed by the deepest schemes of inventive minds. 



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might have been used fifty years since. Science and art now 
are employed to deceive and destroy the souls of men. Chris- 
tianity must meet the present condition of the world and use 
every means to save men. 

If ever the Christian church marshalled successfully her 
unlettered hosts in the conquest of the world, that day has 
passed away never to return. 

It may be the denomination to whom this enterprise was 
entrusted by the originators and founders have done less for 
this than they ought, or would have done, had they known 
its importance compared with other institutions of the land 
intrusted to their care. But in this undertaking the most 
liberal-minded men saw in this extended field an opening to 
do immense good to a great country, by establishing such an 
institution, and concluded to give to the Methodists the 
responsibility of applying their bounties, on condiiton of 
raising and combining that of others in the establishment of 
the Lawrence University, because, in their judgment, "their 
principles were better adapted to the condition of the West 
than any other, and could diffuse a greater amount of good 
with the same means." If for these reasons these men gave 
to this enterprise a liberal start for the commencement of 
our Institution for the diffusion of religious and literary 
knowledge, we urge this as a strong reason why this denomi- 
nation should especially aid now. As there is a just demand 
upon the parent to care for his own child, so we come with 
this demand, first to the parent that has assumed the 
responsibility. 

The opinions of some, looking upon this measure with en- 
larged views, are that the importance of the institution is 
not appreciated by Eastern Methodists, compared with the 
claims of Eastern institutions. Hiram Barney, Esq., of 
New York, a great friend to the cause of education in the 
West, but of another denomination, expressed his views on 
the subject as follows: 

"The Methodists did not realize as they ought, the de- 
mand upon them to aid this Institution, on account of the 
liberal aid given them by others." He knew from his fre- 



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quent visits to the State and to the College, that the Eastern 
institutions of the church had not one-hundredth part as 
strong claim upon the Eastern Methodist as this, and why 
they did not see it, was strange. He thought this to be of 
such public interest to the 'country, that he gave to this six 
hundred dollars because the Institution was a necessity to 
the people of the Northwest. 

A college, sustained at that position, must exercise a 
control beyond what any Eastern college could. It took 
hold of the people in the early formation of the character 
of the first settlements, and must exert an influence beyond 
what three or four Eastern colleges could." 

Men gave once to the outfit of the sacramental host of 
the Christian army -from their small fortunes, hundreds of 
dollars, for the promotion of truth, science and religion, but 
now are called upon to give from their large fortunes hun- 
dreds of thousands, secured by the Divine blessing, through 
the continuance of great national peace and prosperous com- 
merce, at home and abroad, to meet the great demand for 
our armies on the march and in the conflict, to secure the 
universal triumph of truth. In proportion to the world's 
growth and greatness is the demand for accomplishing the 
world's salvation. 

The benevolent Christian now inquires before God, What 
wouldst thou have me to do? And the greater the amount 
of wealth possessed by the Christian, the greater his respons- 
ibility, and the greater his anxiety to know in what way and 
in what direction, and upon what objects to expend it. And 
he is answered, "Give, and it shall be given you; good meas- 
ure, pressed down, running over, shall men give into your 
bosom. For with the same measure that you mete, withal 
it shall be measured to you again." Luke vi. 38. 

This demand urges its claim for immediate aid upon 
many who must see the utility of endowing this University. 
Who, then, before they leave the activities of life, will see 
this fortification made strong, that upon this ground the work 
of educating teachers and ministers and mothers, may be 
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Can anyone among you conceive of an object that has 
better ground or a stronger claim for your liberal response! 

On reflection, where is the spot, in what land, what na- 
tion on the whole earth, that has a demand upon your benevo- 
lence equal to this? Has any demand appealed better to 
your understanding, or been better supported by the judg- 
ment and opinions of the great and good men of the land, 
East and West? Can you select a more deserving one, or 
take hold of one more generally approved by all Christians, 
of all sects, or one that will reflect more honor upon your- 
selves, or upon posterity, than to endow with $10,000 or 
$20,000 a chair in the Lawrence University, that shall per- 
petuate your name, and be sustained by you, and send lights 
to other lands and seas? 

But if you cannot do this, you cannot say now, as is 
often said, this claim does not reach me. "Remember, there 
is that scattereth, and yet increaseth; and there is that 
withholdeth more than is meet, but it tendeth to poverty." 

I trust you will excuse the importunities of this address, 
when you consider it is delivered by one who selected the 
grounds in 1848, and penetrated with his family in winter 
from New England, endured the hazard of navigation on 
Lake Erie in December, and a journey around the lakes, 
without one mile of railroad, to reach the spot where the 
white man's home had never been, or God's worship observed ; 
who saw the first college building erected, and then enveloped 
in flames; who has given of his own means,* and would 
prefer, were it in his power, to give the whole amount to 
soliciting it from others; yet as a parent will insist upon 
procuring relief and support for a suffering child, I must 
insist upon obtaining from your benevolence, relief and sup- 
port to this most worthy cause. "The silver is mine, and 
the gold is mine, saith the Lord." 

You have the privilege of aiding and "doing good even 
at a sacrifice, with which God is well pleased." 



See second page of the appendix. 



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I trust you will not say now, as is often said, this is one 
enterprise too many, or that you have calls nearer home that 
must first be met. This urgent call is of God, and is now 
nearest you. It is pleading; with you. God has brought this 
to your door, and is now applying it to your heart. Do not 
say, go thou and be warmed — or, go thy way for this time; 
but now give your aid and afford relief. The present belongs 
to you; the future to God. You may not live to apply your 
aid to this or any other object; and to what could you apply 
your money to accomplish so much? 

Should you live, you may never have the means again 
that you possess today. You have the means of relief in your 
hands now — are they yours? If so, how long will you possess 
them. To you God has entrusted the means of future safety 
to the extended West; will you apply it there? 

Ships driven before a storm cannot escape the reefs with- 
out a compass; neither can the people of this or other lands 
escape threatened ruin without the aid that God has entrusted 
with and demanded of his stewards, who alone are account- 
able for vhe trust. May God dispose your hearts to apply 
the amount entrusted with you, for the claim he now brings, 
in its relief; or in making up your account for death and 
judgment, will you decide this very hour the amount you will 
leave to this Institution? I ask that this demand be settled 
before God. "What thou doest, do quickly." "Cast thy bread 
upon the waters, for thou shalt find it after many days." 
"Blessed are you that sow beside all waters." 

If you cannot give ten thousand dollars you can give ten 
dollars, and say, "Of thine own have we given thee," — with 
which amount God will be as well pleased as with the giving 
of large amounts by those of large wealth. Now, as drops 
help make up the ocean, so you can help make up $83,000, 
which amount is asked for, and must be obtained, in behalf 
of this cause. 

Most sincerely and affectionately, with due respect, 
Reeder Smith, Agent, 

Lawrence University of Wisconsin. 
Boston, February 24, 1860. 



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TO THE PUBLIC 

The substance of this Lecture has been weighed by many, 
including presidents of colleges and eminent doctors of divin- 
ity, who have decided upon the justness of this appeal for 
immediate aid, and advised its publication, hoping thereby 
to bring this object to the consideration of those that have 
wealth, and desire to apply it upon the enterprise most 
worthy, before they die. A candid perusal of this pamphlet 
will leave any Christian mind favorably impressed with a 
desire to respond to this just demand upon their benevolence. 




DR. E. D. HUNTLEY 

Fourth President 



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SOME EARLY LAWRENCE SONGS 



LAWRENCE HYMN, No. 1 

Tune — "John Brown's Body," 

"When the Roll is Called Up Yonder." 

Our eyes have seen the promise of the time when Truth shall 

reign, 
When the wrong shall have departed, never more to come 

again, 
In the dual flag of Lawrence, — blue and white, — without a 

stain, 
Whose God is marching on. 

Chorus — Glory, glory, hallelujah! glory, glory hallelujah! 

Glory, glory, hallelujah! our God is marching on. 
We have watched it when the battle closed around it fierce 

and grim, 
When the hordes of Night and Error sought its glorious folds 

to dim ; 
Where the banner waved we triumphed through the guiding 

hand of Him 
Whose Truth is marching on. 

Chorus — His Truth is marching on. 

"Forward!" still His voice is calling; in the van our pennon 

flies; 
Shall the Leader want for soldiers while the moment wanes 

and dies? 
While Truth is marching on? 

Chorus — While Truth is marching on. 

In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea, 
With a glory in His bosom, that transfigures you and me; 
As he died to make men holy, let us live to make men free, 
While God is marching on. 

Chorus — Our God is marching on. 

Hugh J. Hughes. 



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LAWRENCE HYMN, No. 2 

Tune — "America." 

Dear Lawrence, here we meet, 
With eager hearts to greet 

Our friends tonight; 
Here where each hand grasps hand 
An earnest Christian band 
Resolved to nobly stand 

For God and Right. 

We'll pledge ourselves anew, 
E'er to continue true 

To ties of old. 
Strangers a welcome kind 
We'll give with loyal mind, 
E'er may they Lawrence find 

A pleasant fold. 

Let knowledge here be sought, 
And every noble thought 

Be cherished dear; 
That ign'rance put to flight, 
May ne'er oppose the Right, 
But wisdom in its might 

For aye appear. 

Dear Lawrence, noble, grand; 
Long may thy gray walls stand 

In stately pride; 
Long may thy walls resound 
With laughter's joyous sound, 
And jollity abound, 

With God, our Guide. 



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REUNION SONG OF SIXTY YEARS AGO 

Let us mingle all our voices 
In a soul-inspiring song, 
Let each true Philalathean shout 
A chorus loud and long; 
And as we lift our voices, 
Let the joyful measure flow, 
|| :To celebrate the praises of 
Our fathers long ago:|[ 

Chorus — Our fathers, etc. 

Here they laid the broad foundations 

Of our loved fraternity, 

Where love is like the endless waves 

That roll from sea to sea. 

Here they sang the glorious pean 

Which they handed down to fame, 

||:Of the name Philalathean, 

'Tis a noble, glorious name:|| 

Here they met and learned the lessons 

That their lives now teach to all, 

And with smile and tear each passing year 

They gather in our hall, 

And they tell us of their trials 

And their hour of triumph too; 

|| :With faith in God and love for man 

They fought the battle through :|| 

When traitor wiles throughout our land 

Made blood fraternal flow, 

Philals, were first of Lawrence's sons 

To grapple with the foe ; 

While they marched beneath the stars and 

stripes 
They wore the badge of blue, 
|| :And with shot and shell proved valiantly 
Devotion to the True.|| 



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To our brothers who have fallen sing 

One stanza ere we go, 

They poured their life-blood freely out 

Pro bono publico, 

Though no marble column marks the spot 

Where treason laid them low, 

|| : Their names are loved from east to west 

Where'er Philals may go:|| 

Now, another stanza ere we part, 
In chorus all unite, 
Hurrah for our society, 
Hurrah for Truth and Right; 
Hurrah for all the glorious names 
That on our records stand, 
|| : God bless each earnest, true Philal, 
Within our noble land:|| 



ATHENA SONG 

Air — "Lily of the Valley:' 



Oh, the world is rolling onward and time is on the wing, 

And we cannot stay the hours as they fly. 
We have but little season Athena's songs to sing 

Ere we pass them on to others by and by. 
But wherever we may wander, in drear or sunny clime, 

Far away and in the city's busy marts, 
In cottage or in palace, in pleasure or in pain, 

Shall their memories find an echo in our hearts. 

Chorus — Then gladly let us labor and gaily let us sing, 
Wake the merry Ormsby echoes o'er and o'er, 
Swell the chorus, swing the banner, Athena's 

praises ring, 
'Tis the name we'll love and honor ever more. 



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II. 

We shall think and see the clearer for the work we're doing 
here, 

And the world has need of thinkers strong and true, 
She has work for brainy women in whatever paths they 
choose, 

Work the best and bravest men can never do. 
Then we'll heal the sick and lonely, and we'll preach the 
gospel too. 

We will send the flying message o'er the wire, 
We will buy, or sell or write, or sing, find honest work to do, 
And in paths of toil our feet shall never tire. 

Chorus — 

III. 

We are trying to be braver and better every day 

As we meet to talk the world's great questions o'er, 
We are fitting for the battles we shall meet along the way. 

When old Ormsby hall shall know our forms no more. 
The charming name, Athena, in after years shall bring 

Into being, fairy visions of delight 
As our thoughts go wandering backward, and once again 
we sing 

Our dear songs as we are singing them tonight. 

Chorus — 

Florence Roney Weir. 



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CELEBRATION OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH 

ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING 

OF LAWRENCE COLLEGE 

Monday Afternoon, June fifth 

Anniversary Concert 
Memorial Chapel, 8:20 o'clock 

THE LAWRENCE CHOIR 

100 Voices 

Carl J. Waterman, Conductor 

Assisted by 

James Hamilton, Tenor 

and 

The Fullinwider String Quartet 

Program 

1. a. Psalm XLIII Mendelssohn 

b. Concordia Laetitia Latin Hymn of XIV th Century 

c. Hymn of Praise Tschaikowsky 

Lawrence Choir 

2. a. Come my Beloved (Atalanta) Handel 

b. The Asra Rubinstein 

c. Pleading Elgar 

d. Aria from the opera La Tosca .... Puccini 

Mr. Hamilton 

3. a. Sing again my Heart and Chant it . . . Weidig 
b. Scenes from the Bavarian Highlands . . . Elgar 

Lullaby 
The Dance 

Lawrence Choir 



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4. a. The Great Awakening Kramer 

b- Duna McGill 

c. Ah! my Beloved Stickles 

d. Aria-Vesti la Giubba (Pagliacci) . . Leancavallo 

Mr. Hamilton 

5. Quartet in A Minor Schubert 

Allegro ma non troppo 
Andante 

Minuetto, Allegretto 
Allegro moderato 

Fullinwider String Quartet 

6. a. Scandalize mah Name 

b. My little Banjo — Negro Folk Songs . . Burleigh 

c. Nobody knows the Trouble I've seen . . Burleigh 

d. Heaven, Heaven Burleigh 

Mr. Hamilton 

8. a. Listen to the Lambs Dett 

b. Hallelujah, Amen (Judas Maccabeus) . . Handel 
Lawrence Choir 



Tuesday Morning, June sixth 

Anniversary Exercises 
Memorial Chapel, 9:30 o'clock 



Program 

Organ Prelude — Tannhauser March Wagner 

Miss Margaret Engler 

Hymn 

Prayer Rev. Henry Colman, D.D., '57 

Vocal Solo Mrs. Eleanor Mehl Berger 

Congratulatory Address in behalf of Wisconsin Colleges 
President Silas Evans 
Ripon College 



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Address — The Founder and Founding of Lawrence College 

Rev. Edward W. Blakeman, D.D., '07 
Address — Lawrence, Its Service to the State and the Church 

Rev. Alpheus Triggs, '08 
Poem — "Lawrence" 

Jessica North MacDonald, '17 

Music-Piano — The Lark Balakiereiv 

Rigaudon MacDowell 

Miss Mildred Bunnel 

Address Bishop Homer Stuntz, LL.D. 

Organ Postlude Miss Margaret Engler 



12:30 P.M. Alumni Luncheon — Presbyterian Church 

1:30 P.M. Alumni Business Meeting 

3:00 P.M. Historical Pageant written by Mrs. Laura 
Lummis Schutz, '03. Directors, Prof. F. Wes- 
ley Orr and Miss Mary A. Gochnauer, 1900 — 
Lawrence Memorial Chapel. 

6:30 P.M. Alumni and Anniversary Banquet, Dr. James 
S. Reeve, '85, Toastmaster — Russell Sage Hall. 



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FAIR LAWRENCE 

Sung at the Anniversary Concert, June 5, 1922. 

Fair Lawrence return we once more to thy arms, 

For this is thy Jubilee year; 

Thine ivy clad walls are grown richer in charms, 

Each elm on thy campus is dear. 

Remembering fondly the days of our youth, 

When we were still sheltered by thee, 

We will joyfully stroll through thy temples of Truth 

In the rites of thy grand jubilee. 

Fair Lawrence, thy children lift glad hearts in song 

To tell of the work thou has done; 

First fruit of the wilderness, guide through dark days, 

Thou hast labored and victory won. 

The days of thy scantiness were rich in good works, 

Noble men taught and blessed in thy name; 

When we name o'er those toilers for spiritual growth, 

We know the true crown of thy fame. 



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Address of Congratulations in Behalf of the Wiscon- 
sin Colleges, by President Silas Evans 
of Ripon College 

President Evans gave the solicitation of the colleges of 
Wisconsin on the 75th anniversary of the founding of Law- 
rence. He spoke of the value of age and of traditions and 
the place that Lawrence has served through 75 years of 
sacrificial service. He referred in appreciative terms of the 
value of co-operation and the fine example of the same in the 
colleges of the state. He congratulated the college on its 
recent growth and the great improvement in its property. 
He said that colleges have a unique personality; and while 
they retain it, being founded on varied traditions, their ob- 
jectives are fundamentally the same. The points upon which 
they agree are immeasurably more valuable and hold a com- 
mon possession, than the superficial points they differ in. 
upon which points there is so much disproportioned empha- 
sis. His message was an informal one, delivered in a happy 
vein, and appreciated by the large audience gathered. 



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THE FOUNDING AND THE FOUNDER 

By Rev. Edward W. Blakeman, D. D., '07 

Education, in an age like ours has difficulty in justifying 
itself. Agriculture and Commerce have hunger as advocate. 
Politics can rely upon the tenacity of personal opinion to 
justify her existence. Even Religion, though neglected in 
days of health and strength, is assured that one day death 
will come and force consideration of her issues. Not so 
Education. She must be content to stand in court without 
an attorney and be passed upon by a jury picked on the basis 
of disinterest, save as the stray idealist lifts his voice in 
her behalf. However, in the case of Lawrence College, 
Education in this great Fox river valley has placed Commerce 
forever under tribute and made direct contribution to Poli- 
itics, Agriculture, and Religion. 

The development of water power and the very name of 
Appleton arrived with the college as did the selection of the 
site of this thrifty city. Here are paragraphs from letters 
accumulated at the State Historical Library by Miss Louise 
P. Kellogg, Ph.D. 

Boston, Mass., May 1844. 

"I have been thinking more of the Williams land. There 
seems good opportunity, not only for improving the tone of 
morals and the standard of education in that vicinity, but 
also of conferring a lasting benefit on a portion of our coun- 
trymen who most need it. 

I have a high opinion of the adaptation of the principles 
of the Methodists to the people of the West, and I think, 
from all that I can learn that their institutions are carried 
on with more vigor and diffuse more good with the same 
means, than any other." 

Amos Lawrence 

"The Rev. Mr. Smith, the principal of the Institute at 
the Grand Chute, stopped with me last night. He had all 
his plans for the college with all the appurtenances belonging 
thereto. His family is with him to settle there. 

The drawings are fine, the town plat also. 



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Appleton is the name of the new plat so named by 
Lawrence in his own hand-writing. I have no interest there 
neither do I know any of the particulars in regard to Mr. 
Smith. 

I would like to have the place flourish. I think it will 
be the means of bringing a great deal of capital into the 
country and on to the thoroughfare through here. 

He states Mr. Lawrence is disposed to join with Mr. 
Martin and improve the water-power. Would make any 
investment you would propose for the erection of mills, etc. 
There is still anothers of capital. 

One man is coming with four hundred thousand dollars. 
Astor says he will give ten thousand. It appears to me as 
though the way was open for you to make a gain on our 
speculation. 

Oshkosh is growing fast. We observe Mr. Smith seems 
to be a smart, shrewd man." 

Jos. Jackson 

Before Wisconsin was a state, through interest in Christ- 
ian Missions in the Northwestern Territory, Amos Lawrence, 
an Episcopalian layman who had helped Eleazer Williams 
to funds because, as he said: "you are a missionary in my 
church," had also offered to a circuit rider of the Methodist 
communion the sum of $10,000 for the founding of "an 
institute for the education of Indians and the German set- 
tlers." This was the equivalent of a cash gift today of 
$40,000. Such was the man of devotion and vision i. Iter 
whom this college is named. Read the call of the first meet- 
ing of the board of trustees, dated at Fond du Lac, Aug. 25. 
1847. 

Hon. Morgan L. Martin 
Dear Sir: 

The board of trustees of the Lawrence Institute will 
meet at this place the 2nd day of Sept. next for the purpose 
of organizing, and also of adopting such measures as may 
be thought most efficient in meeting the proposition of Mr. 
Lawrence. 

Rev. Reeder Smith is here entrusted with the agency 
of this whole matter by Mr. Lawrence and also by our 
Conference. As a conference we have resolved to make our 
best effort to meet the proposition. 



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Your attention is earnestly solicited and also your co- 
operation in carrying out the enterprise. I hope you can 
make it convenient to be with us on the occasion. 

Very respectfully yours, 

Wm. H. Sampson 
Se'c'ty. pro tern of Board of Trustees 
of the Lawrence Institute. 

Moves were effectively taken by those pioneers to meet 
the proposition of Mr. Lawrence. Circuit-riders and settlers 
with rare devotion to the torch of learning, followed its 
gleam through cold winters, endured half crops among the 
stumps and undaunted by the possible loss of the initial in- 
vestment, put their names to the notes, raised up friends and 
guaranteed to prosperity this college. The Rock River Con- 
ference became sponser of the enterprise. 

That necessary evil now known as "field agent", "endow- 
ment campaign", or "pledge getting" was also let loose on the 
public at an early date : All promoters of colleges will appre- 
ciate the following bit of history: 

Milwaukee 
Hon. M. L. Martin Aug. 24, 1848. 

Dear Sir: 

The blanks furnished me embarrass my operations. 
They are not transferable in the scholarships and some that 
are friendly to the object contemplated, have no children 
and will not throw their money away. 

This at Milwaukee will seriously affect my success in- 
asmuch as some that have influence raise the objection. 

I write to ihave the scholarship made negotiable, and re- 
duced. They are now $100 each and to have them made per- 
petual. They are now 10 years. 

Tracy P. Bingham 

In 1872 Elihu Spencer reported: 

"The first blow of preparation upon the site of the 
future University was struck by Rev. Wm. H. Sampson 
who, with brush-hook and axe made smooth the way, that 
others might walk therein demonstrating that he was truly 
a working Christian." 

That constituted what we would call the laying of the 
corner-stone. 

He goes on to state: 

"The first sermon in Appleton was preached by William 
H. Sampson, followed by the Rev. A. B. Randall, and the 
Rev. Reeder Smith." 



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In 1849 the faithful principal was able to report progress 
and to incidentally give us a look into the office of an early 
, administrator: 

Appleton, Dec. 12 1349. 
Hon. M. L. Martin 
Dear Sir: 

We commenced our school at the time we advertised and 
have now about sixty scholars. Our teachers are thorough 
and all excepting myself are giving general satisfaction. I 
wish our building was finished. If so I believe that we 
could have every room filled by the first of January. Our 
greatest difficulty now seems to be the difficulty of getting 
boarding places. I do not now see how we can entirely finish 
our building before next spring. If our lumber was sea- 
soned we could finish in the course of a few weeks. Our 
school is increasing every week in numbers. 

Wishing you all temporal and spiritual blessings, I remain, 

Yours respectfully, 

Wm. H. Sampson. 

Not only were these early pioneer educators alert in 
plans, and in the securing of funds and a site, but they 
took part in the political events of their day, having the 
college always in their mind. In this regard, Reeder Smith, 
may have been over zealous but the following letter is an 
important item. 

Boston, Mass. 
Jan. 12, 1848. 
Hon. M. L. Martin 
Dear Sir: 

I am confident your interest is high in regard for edu- 
cation in Wisconsin as well as your desire for the prosperity 
for all the civil Religious and Political interests committed 
to your trust. Would dispose you to do all in your power 
consistent with justice for the promotion of the Lawrence 
Institute of Wisconsin. 

I understood Gen. Cass to say to me that there might be 
some condition made in the admission of Wisconsin as a 
State into the Union, to appropriate a portion of the Univer- 
sity lands, or some other for the benefit of the Lawrence In- 
stitute, and should you see any way to promote such an ar- 
rangement this is to ask your attention to the subject. 

Reeder Smith 
Boston Museum. 



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The first University building, the other building being 
for the use of the Academy, was long in process, not being 
entirely completed until 1855. The first graduating class 
came forth in 1857. 

Elihu Spencer in 1872 wrote in the language of the period : 
"Up to the present time there have been graduated 124 
gentlemen and 62 ladies making an aggregate of 186 thor- 
oughly educated ladies and gentlemen sent forth from what 
less than twenty-nine years since was a dense forest." 

As for Appleton, her story continued to be interwoven 
with, and greatly influenced by the college. In 1857 A. J. 
Reid, editor of the Appleton Post in a small book set forth 
in a forceful style the resources and manufacturing capacity 
of the lower Fox River Valley: 

"It is, perhaps, quite unusual, but still it can be easily 
accounted for, that a Western city of so limited an age, and 
whose material resources are as yet in the infancy of de- 
velopment, possesses the superior educational advantages 
which but few places ever enjoy. But when it is remember- 
ed that the corner-stone upon which this city has been 
reared thus far, was an educational institution, founded in 
this place a quarter of a century ago, it is not strange that 
this important interest of society should have kept pace, not 
only with the demands of this immediate locality, but of 
this and neighboring States as well. Lawrence University 
was the nucleus about which the elements which serve to 
make up a city, were collected; and it being the first chief 
feature of attraction, Appleton stood out from the first as 
a place possessing unusual and superior educational facili- 
ties. The curriculum of the University is as extended and 
comprehensive as that of any other institution in the West. 
It embraces classical, scientific and civil engineering courses, 
while music, fine arts, and other similar branches, receive 
the attention which their importance deserves. 

The University enjoys an excellent reputation, in this 
and other States, all of which are tributary to its main- 
tenance and development. Its administration is in the hands 
of an able and accomplished faculty, the members of which 
rank high among educational men, both in this country and 
in Europe." 

Thus it may be said that in this college, Education not 
only early justified herself, but was one of the basic elements 
beneath the stable prosperity with which this whole region 
of Wisconsin is now richly blessed. 



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Turning to the founder, we learn that Amos Lawrence 
had with his initial gift, thoughtfully sent Reeder Smith, 
his agent, and had with equal sagacity placed on the gift the 
condition that a sum equal should be found by the Method- 
ists. Mr. Lawrence was a devout and cultured man true 
to the best of New England — From his diary for May 27, 
1843 we read: 

Signed articles of copartnership with Robert Mason. 
I deem this a highly important step in my career, and I pray 
that I may be true to the new duties I have undertaken and 
may not allow indolence or timidity to hinder me from taking 
my full share of the labor which will fall upon me. 

I know that our success depends very much upon our own 
efforts, and I trust that if it should come, I may not forget 
my duty in using it, not for my own aggrandizement, but 
for the advancement of Christ's Kingdom upon earth. 

I hope to look to God for strength for success; on Him 
I will lean." 

But his tender devotion to man was equal to his regard 
for the ruling providence of God was paralleled by a tender 
devotion to men. To a teacher he wrote: 

Dear Prof. Sales: 
(Harvard College) 

Will you accept the above check ($50.) as a New Year's 
present from one of your old scholars, who though he did 
not learn much Spanish, could not help learning to love the 
instructor so disinterested, so kind, so gentle, so playful, and 
yet so venerable. May God grant you, my dear sir, ail his 
consolations here and hereafter. 

With great regard, 

Amos A. Lawrence 

Mr. Lawrence did not have to be courted, and exhorted 
to give money for education, rather his persistent benevolence 
and studied leadership is betrayed: 

Boston, Mass. 
Aug. 31, 1849. 

To Hon. Morgan L. Martin 
Dear Sir: 

Allow me to express my disappointment that you should 
not have allowed your name to remain as treasurer of the 
school in which you appeared to take so much interest. 



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Though its progress has been somewhat tardy there 
seems to be good reason to believe that it will (if its affairs 
are honestly administered) prove successful and be a lasting 
benefit to the settlers in that neighborhood. 

Respectfully and truly yours, 

Amos A. Lawrence 

Other letters followed; Martin charging Smith with 
dishonesty and Lawrence standing by Smith awaited further 
evidence, but this correspondence is on a high plane and 
reveals the fine character of these men. 

Even when differences of opinion and sharp conflict arose 
the founder of Lawrence kept to that high road of integrity 
which runs between weak indifference on the one side and 
stern unbending logic on the other. When he and the 
Hon. M. Martin finally parted company because of the 
failure of a third party he writes: 

Boston, Mass. 
Jan. 26, 1850 
I almost wish it were of a different nature, since I am 
satisfied that to give them up (the lands) would give me less 
trouble and perhaps be more economical than to hold them. 

But, my dear sir, I cannot yield to injustice, nor can I 
give it any different name when I see it proceed from those 
whom I supposed to be my friends. 

Without doubt my character will be blackened by the vari- 
ous claimants and to that I must submit, but it shall not be 
said that I am afraid of maintaining my rights, and I assure 
you I shall resist all the claims to the last, unless they appear 
in a different light from the present. 

Yours very truly, 
Amos A. Lawrence 

As a student in Harvard about to graduate Mr. Lawrence 
had, years before, written in his diary as follows: 

My advantages for becoming rich are great; if I have 
mercantile tact enough to carry on the immense though safe 
machine which my father and uncle have put in operation, 
it will turn out gold for me as fast as I could wish. 

They say riches are a burden that harass the soul, and 
lead into temptation; so they are to the miser who is in 
constant fear of losing his acquisitions, and to the profligate 
who receives an inheritance merely to squander it on his 
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A good man will willingly endure the labor of taking 
care of his property for the sake of others whom he can so 
much benefit by it, but his thoughts and fears will not be 
perpetually on the alert that he may not lose a dollar and not 
make all he can. 

If one can be rich and yet for his private ease will not 
be, he is almost as loving of himself as he who heaps up only 
to count his dollars, and refuses the demands of charity. 

It later happened however, that his uncle and his father 
suffered reverses and the young Amos was compelled to 
start life for himself without fortune and devoid of the 
business prestige he expected to inherit. 

A closer study of his life also reveals his intimate spirit- 
uality. 

In 1842 there appears on Easter this note: 

To-day we were both confirmed at St. Paul's Church by 
Bishop Griswald. There were 43 others, among them my 
brother William and his wife and Marianne Appleton. Our 
pastor, Dr. Vinton, has labored very successfully. 

God has poured out his spirit over the whole country 
and there seems to be a universal revival. I pray that we 
may not either of us be led astray by the allurements 
of this world and forget our God and Savior. 

His consecration penetrated to his property bringing 
forth a series of contributions to religious benevolent, and 
civic enterprises and a long trusteeship of a Theological 
Seminary and several other similar offices. 

To his son (now Bishop Lawrence) he wrote, during 
his reclining years: 

You cannot expect to be so long and so abundantly 
blessed as I have been; but you will be spared from some 
hardships which fall on those who begin life poor. 

Property is a trust; and it affords more or less pleasure 
in proportion to the fidelity with which we administer it. 

And to his daughter (on the event of transferring to 
her considerable property) : 

But after all it is only yours in trust. It will not be 
long (tho it may seem otherwise to you now) before you 
will be called to give an account of ths whole of it. 



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May God help you to use it and all your advantages so 
as to render an account that will be acceptable to Him. 

You have been a dutiful and loving daughter, for which 
I thank God every day of my life. 

On occasion of the death of his own father, Amos Lawrence 
recorded in his diary the following prayer: 

May God grant to me as peaceful a release from this 
body as was granted to him. God of my fathers, help me to 
live a holy life; help me by my example to lead those who 
look up to me into the heavenly life. 

Thus has education through the founding and the founder 
of this, our Alma Mater initiated commerce in these parts, 
enriched the lives of our citizens, perpetuated the cultural 
ideal and quickened religion in the lives of us who call 
"Lawrence" our college home. 





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LAWRENCE 

Jessica North MacDonald, '17 

How small the seedling that our fathers planted, 

That grows so wide and bountiful today! 

Her children turn to greet her, memory-haunted 

From paths a world away. 

Perhaps in storied Padua or Florence, 

Perhaps in distant Orient they hear, 

"Why I remember, you.. .You were at Lawrence 

In such and such a year." 

Still does she cherish us, our Alma Mater, - 

Her many fledglings scattered from her nest, 

In smoke filled streets where dreams and visions totter, 

Still we find comfort, turning to her breast. 

Not feeling that our youth was happiest, 
Nor shunning life,- its grimness and its glory, 
But turning to the school we love the best 
As to the pages of a well-loved story.- 

Pages wherein we read and never tire, 
Feeling once more the flush of hard-earned praise, 
As when we won some height by strenuous ways 
And like Prometheus brought down the fire. 

Remembering again the quiet talks, 
The campus, and the walls where ivy clings, 
The groups of laughing students on the walks, 
And all the common, worn, familiar things, 



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And most of all, remembering how it came 

Almost unher aided ,-the sacred flame,- 

The dream,-the star,- 

The lamp that guides us safe where dangers are. 

Great hope have they who toil to plant a college- 
High confidence and trust, 
Vision to see it bearing fruit of knowledge 
When they are long in dust. 

Let them look back with loving pride upo?i her 
If in their spirit-land remembrance calls. 
Let them look back and see her still with honor 
Inhabiting their halls. 

While flowing like a strong and silent river, 
Forever issusing and never gone, 
The fountain of our hope and our endeavor, 
Endless their dream goes on. 



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LAWRENCE, ITS SERVICE TO STATE 
AND CHURCH 

By Rev. Alpheus W. Triggs, '08 

When Lawrence observed her semi-centennial celebra- 
tion a number of distinguished men and women taxed mind 
and speech in an effort to set forth adequately the story of 
her achievements. One related that "Our graduates are 
found in India, China, Japan, Austria, Brazil, Mexico and 
New Brunswick and in 28 States of the Union; that 28% 
are engaged in preaching the gospel; 23% are lawyers; 8% 
doctors; ten actively engaged in University work and many 
in teaching in public schools." Another said: "A sanctified 
and sanctifying power from the school now reaches out into 
all avenues and classes of society. The multitudes lifted 
by this power into higher life and character, here directly 
and elsewhere indirectly, no man can number." Still an- 
other said: "Lawrence has come to the fiftieth anniversary 
with achievements so great that no one questions the wisdom 
of its founding. Beyond all question society has been so 
greatly enriched by the direct products of this institution 
of learning that could you by some fell stroke eliminate all 
its work and quench all its light the world would feel the 
darkness and impoverishment." 

If all this were true then, what shall we say today? Then 
the campus was 600 by 700 feet and w rth perhaps $20,000; 
now there are 12 acres worth more than $100,000. Then 
there were four buildings, and a gentleman of this city 
made very bold and expressed the hope that there might be 
four others. Now there are four times four, valued at more 
than $700,000. Then the faculty numbered twelve; now the 
number is seventy, including the School of Music. Then there 
were eighty six students in the college proper; now there 
are more than eight hundred. At that time there were 418 
graduates in fifty years; now the number is 1524, a gain 



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of 1106 in twenty five years. A similar growth in the 
next twenty five years would give us a great university 
like our State University. 

But buildings and equipment do not necessarily mean 
success. We might have all these and fail. What has 
Lawrence done? What service has she rendered to Church 
and State? It is my privilege to indicate briefly. 

It is well to remember that Lawrence was conceived 
in a spirit of unselfishness and dedicated to Service. As 
Mr. Lawrence offered the first ten thousand dollars to found 
the college he wrote: "There seems to be a good opportunity 
not only of improving the tone of morals and the standard 
of education in that vicinity, but also of conferring a lasting 
benefit on a portion of our countrymen who need it." This 
has ever been the ideal of Lawrence. And endowment cam- 
paigns are not "'drives'" but opportunities for other men, 
like Mr. Lawrence, to place their money where it is trans- 
formed into character ana touched with the spirit of im- 
mortality. This in itself is a great service both to those 
who give and to those who receive. 

Lawrence has succeeded in raising the standard of ed- 
ucation in the vicinity. Bishop Bashford, whom Wisconsin 
delighted to honor and remembers with honor, once said, "All 
education when logically and consistently developed, leads 
to Christianity. True education is only a lower form of 
Christianity. Christianity is the higher education." So we 
believe. And the aim of our college has always been to pro- 
duce Christian character without regard to the teaching of 
particular tenets, for the atmosphere of the college has al- 
ways been generous to thought. 

The second Article of Incorporation reads: "No religious 
tenet or opinion shall be required for the qualification for 
the office of Trustee except a full belief in divine revelation; 
nor of any student shall any religious tenet be required to 
entitle them to all privileges of the Institution." The ideal 
is well expressed in the inscription on the seal "Light more 
light. Truth is light." 



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Lawrence has produced many leaders, and the leadership 
of educated men is really not fancied. Speaking of this Geo. 
W. Curtis has said "If New England has led the Union, 
who has led New England? Her scholars, her educated 
class. It is the men of the colleges whose long persistence 
of tongue and pen fostered the life of this country, and 
gained for her all that she has won." 

Senator Gamble, an alumnus of this institution, said in 
the first Phi Beta Kappa address delivered here ten years 
ago, "It is demonstrated that the men and women of promin- 
ence and who have records of successful efforts and accom- 
plishments, were largely college graduates". And Pres. 
Thwing, of Western Reserve University, recently said, 
"America lacks wise and strong leadership. To educate 
leaders of and for and by the people is the great insistent 
call. The college will meet that call." Lawrence has and 
will meet it. At least two score of her graduates are pro- 
fessors in colleges and universities. Her representatives 
are found in Harvard, Columbia, Chicago, Northwestern, 
Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Montana 
and California. Nor should it be forgotten that a number 
of her graduates are now efficient members of her faculty. 
Another score are superintendents of schools, and more 
than 500 are teachers in our schools. 

Sometimes it happens that men are obliged to cease the 
peaceful, productive pursuits of life, and stand in armed 
defense of what has already been won. Twice has this 
occurred in the history of Lawrence and as many times the 
sons of Lawrence have made her not ashamed. Col. Watrous, 
who died but yesterday, told eloquently twenty five years 
ago of the patriotic service rendered by our college during 
the Civil War. He said: "Lawrence furnished private 
soldiers, company commanders, regimental commanders, an 
adjutant general for the Iron Brigade; staff officers and 
chaplains. And I do not recall one of her sons who came 
out of the army with a tarnished reputation, or a record for 
inefficiency. When Christian civilization hung in the balance 
four years ago, Lawrence did not fail. More than four 



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hundred blue stars testify to the devotion of her sons and 
eleven gold stars speaking with an eloquence surpassing- 
words of the supreme sacrifice made by the eleven men 
whose names appear on yonder tablet in the entrance to 
the chapel. 

Lawrence has improved the tone of morals as its founder 
hoped. If it be true that "republics can live only by virtue" 
then the greatest service rendered by Lawrence has been 
through the Church, through the men and women who have 
given themselves to the service of the Church. Sometimes 
the criticism is made that our college does not prepare as 
many men for the ministry as it should. Perhaps this is 
true. Yet it is safe to say that more young men are found 
out by the college for the Christian ministry than are 
deflected from such a cause. Some outstanding leaders in the 
Church have been produced by Lawrence. I mention one. 
Forty years ago a young man graduated here in preparation 
for the ministry. He had come up to Lawrence with little 
or no interest in the work but had been led by a friend to 
devote his life to that holy calling. After graduation he 
went east and received several degrees. Then he went to 
Europe for private study. Returning he occupied import- 
ant pulpits for a time and was then called to the presidency 
of a struggling college. At once his genius for adminis- 
tration began to manifest itself. In a few years that college 
had become the leading college of the state and that presi- 
dent known as the foremost educator. I speak, of course, of 
our college and of our esteemed and honored Pres. Dr. Plantz. 
The late Dr. Perry Miller, also a graduate of Lawrence, who 
told me the story often, always said "The most important 
work I have done was to turn young Samuel Plantz to the 
Christian ministry." 

On an old gateway at Harvard is the inscription: "After 
God had carried us safe to New England and we had 
builded our house, provided necessities for our livelihood, 
reared convenient places for God's worship and settled the 
civil government, one of the next things we longed for and 
looked after was to advance learning and perpetuate it to 



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posterity, dreading to leave an illiterate ministry to the 
churches when our present ministers shall lie in the dust." 
If an illiterate ministry were a menace in the early days of 
this country, it is no less a menace now. 

Not a few of the leading ministers of this state and of 
other states received their college training at Lawrence. And 
Lawrence has rendered invaluable service both to Church and 
State through the men whom she has trained for the 
Christian ministry and for other forms of Christian work. 
There is much more that I might say but I must close. Suffice 
to say that by meeting the imperative demand for leaders, 
both in Church and State, Lawrence has rendered a service 
of untold value. She has served the past well. May she 
serve the furture better. 



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THE HISTORICAL PAGEANT. 

Lawrence Memorial Chapel, 3 P. M. 



The March 

Written by Mrs. Laura Lummis Schutz, '03 

Directors, Prof. F. W. Orrand Miss Mary A. Gochnauer, 1900 

PROLOGUE 

A Herald approaches, and the bugle call is heard which 
announces the opening of the pageant. 
Herald speaks: 

I beg you, gentle people, one and all, 

Bear with me patiently. 

Behold in pictured pageantry 

The History of Lawrence. 

While I turn back the yellowed pages 

To that marked "One." 

For all of you to read 

And trace the route those first Lawrentians marched 

Almost a century ago. 

Be not indifferent, 

You of these later years 

Whose life is all before you. 

For it behooves you ill 

To leave this campus 

Ignorant, all unknowing 

Page One and Two. 

Or little understanding 

The sacrifices of those early days, 

The unguessed tribulations 

Of your Alma Mater. 

And you, whose purse of years is nearly spent, 

Review on this broad stage 

The olden times. 



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While phantom voices, scenes well nigh forgot, 

Or never known at all, 

Reveal again the courage, self-denial 

Shown by our Lawrence founders. 

A debt so great we ne'er can hope to pay it. 

Only hold fast to what they gave, 

Preserve their memory 

Bright and untarnished by our constant care. 

For the Romantic story 

Preceding the beginnings 

Of Lawrence College. 

Turn to the preface (sometimes called Tradition,) 

To War oppressed France, 

France, in the bloody throes of Revolution. 

See that proud Queen among her courtiers 

Smiling and gay though crucified with fear, 

As she paints mental pictures of her son 

Who has been long imprisoned. 

And the young prince himself 

We witness led away, 

Whether to death or rescue, 

None may know. 

EPISODE I 

Time.— June 20th, 1792. Scene.— The Tuileries dur- 
ing the Reign of Terror. Music. A group of eight in the 
costume of Louis XVI are dancing a minuet. As it ends 
the dancers show the restraint due to a royal presence and 
Marie Antoinette enters. The men dancers bow themselves 
out, and the court ladies gather around their royal mistress. 
She seats herself. 
Marie Antoinette: 

I grieve to think that at my coming 

All gayety should be repressed. 
First Lady: 

Your Majesty, we but dance, 

To drug our apprehensions, 

Kill the lagging hours. 



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Marie Antoinette: 

I understand. 

Would I could find an opiate 

To still the burning agony of my heart, 

To stop my ears to that clear ringing 

Of a small voice 

Calling me from a dungeon. 

"Mother— Mother," And I— 

She half rises, her face working with emotion. The 
court ladies murmur broken sentences trying to reassure her. 

Your Majesty — 

We beg you — 

Pray compose yourself — (Spoken by three ladies.) 
Marie Antoinette: 

I will compose myself. 

I meant not to alarm you. 

The King assures me that there is no danger. 

Leave me awhile; 

Presently I shall join you. (The court ladies retire.) 

The Queen sits alone. Presently she shields her arm as 
if a baby lay there. She rocks slightly and hums very softly 
which presently becomes a moaning sound. 
Marie Antoinette: 

I'd swear I felt the pressure on my arm 

Of that dear body. (She raises one hand and regards 
it closely.) 

Small rose-leaf hands 

Which lay in mine so trustingly, 

Where are you now? 

Better to see you folded, white and still, 

To my warm kisses all unanswering 

Than not to know. (She rises and begins pacing the 
floor.) 

Haunted by fears 

I still must act the queen. 

Pretend all's right 

When everything is wrong, 

And in the court, smile, bow and smile 

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In the distance is heard a low horrible sound, the cry 
of the mob. The Queen stops short and raises her hands to 
her ears as if to shut it out. 

Marie Antoinette (hoarsely :) 
'Tis come! 

'Twas not in vain then, 
The howling of the gray old hound 
Presaging Death. 

(The sound dies away and swells at intervals. Suddenly a 
revolutionist appears from nowhere and confronts her. 
When the Queen starts back in terror he laughs loudly.) 

Revolutionist : 

To think her haughty majesty 

Should fear me — Gaspar! 
Marie Antoinette (facing him courageously :) 

I fear you not, canaille. 
Revolutionist : 

Then have you need to fear me! 

For as the prophets prophesied of old, 

I say to you, that e'er the sun hath set 

Oft on the fountains splashing near Versailles, 

Your blood, and His, and that of the young Dauphin, 

Shall form three fountains, 

Ruby-hued and gushing, 

Draining the source of Austrian pollution, 

Leaving France clean and free, — Untrammeled. 

Foreigner — Traitress ! 

He goes out as suddenly as he appeared. Marie An- 
toinette watches him depart. She walks down stage center, 
her face hidden in her hands as if to shut out the picture he 
paints. Gradually she raises both hands over her head and 
stands in an attitude of supplication. She is terribly shaken. 
She begins to pray. 
Marie Antoinette: 

God! Not for myself I ask this favor, 

Nor for my sovereign. 

We who have played, have lost, must pay out forfeit. 

But for my little son, I crave Thy Mercy. 



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Beg that by holy miracle Thou'llt save him; 

Swear death will find me murmuring Thy Blessing. 

Seal Lips that smile and heart that feels no terror, 

If his dear head be spared. m 

Oh Holy Mother, 

Thou who hast watched with anguish 

The last slow breath of Thy Beloved Son, 

Intercede for me! 

At the fair court of heaven 

Ask for this one small life, 

Mother — Thou hast so many! 

Let him not pay 

The price of our transgression. 

I will pay all. 

(She sinks to her knees continuing her prayers and 
draws a crucifiix from her bosom.) 

Thrice Blessed among women, 

(The roar of the mob drowns out her words. It is now 
mingled with the singing of the Marseillaise.) 
Marie Antoinette (Still praying:) 

Pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. 

Curtain 



EPISODE II 
A Prison 

The young dauphin stands with his hands tied behind 
him and bound with chains. He lifts his face to the grating 
from which comes a streak of light. 

Dauphin : 

To see the sky if only for an hour; 

To listen to a bird, 

To breath the flower scents. 

My waking moments 

Are filled with terrors, 

Only in sleep am I at peace. 

In dreams I see my mother, 

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Hear her loved voice and when I run 
To throw myself into her arms 
I wake to find my gaoler bending o'er me 
And a new day whose tortures I know not. 
** * * * * * * 

Hush — Men are without. 

I must compose myself, 

As should befit a Bourbon. 

Enter two men with ropes and guided by the gaoler, 
Gaoler: 

The brat's awake. His hands are tied. He'll make no 
trouble. 
First Man: 

Why, he's but a boy. 
Second Man: 

How old are you, Sire? 
Gaoler (angrily :) 

Sire him not in my presence. He kicks at the boy sav- 



Dauphin: 

I have seen seven summers. 
Second Man: 

I have a son who will be eight in April. 
First Man: 

I like not war on children. 
Gaoler: 

What's all this talk about? Remember the cub soon 
becomes the wolf. Pull the leash about his neck and 
lead him away like the dog he is. 
Dauphin (tremulously :) 

Is it to Death? 
First Man: 

We know not, Si — , boy. A mysterious order has been 
given us of a sudden and we know only that we are 
to bring you to an unnamed presence. (The boy tries 
to be brave, but changes from a prince to a terror- 
stricken little lad.) 



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Dauphin : 

I am not afraid to die 

But 'tis not fair to die 

When life is all before one. 

Even our Blessed Master 

Measured his thirty years. 

And you — by your gray hairs 

I know for long 

Have felt Life's blessings 
Gaoler: 

Rather its burdens. 
Dauphin : 

Is it my fault 

That I am born a Bourbon? 

Can a babe choose its fate? 

Ask to be cradled near a throne? 

Do you not fear 

If my blood stains your fingers 

That a small, pallid form, 

Clanking these very chains 

Shall haunt your dreams? , 

(The men glance uneasily at each other.) 
Gaoler : 

Enough of talk. 
First Man: 

Sire, we must do our duty. 

What it may be, we cannot say. 

But in my heart, 

I hope this sudden change of order 

Is for your good. 

(He places the rope over the boy's head.) 
Dauphin (sharply, as one used to giving orders:) 

Unbind the rope! 

Am I so formidable 

Even in chains, 

That two strong men must choke me 
As I walk? 

(Sheepishly the men remove the ropes and the small 
prince stalks in front of them with his head thrown proud- 
ly back.) 



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Second entrance of herald is announced by bugle. 
Herald: 

In the first chapters you will see Priest Williams, 

Friend of the Red man, missionary, dreamer, 

And with the mystery of the long lost dauphin 

Veiling his name with Romance. 

Back in those early days 

When the Oneidas roamed o'er these banks 

And on the river 

Paddled their swift canoes 

See him in councils with the stolid redskins 

Mourning their lost homes, 

The encroachments of the White man. 

Next in far Boston, Eleazar Williams 

Pleads for his brothers, 

Asks the wealthy Lawrence to buy his many acres 

Along the broad Fox River 

And keen-eyed Amos Lawrence, kindly, philanthropic, 

Purchases all his lands as a simple act of kindness, 

And wondering how to use his far-away possessions, 

Bethinks him of a school. 

That in unknown Wisconsin, 

On the banks of the swift Fox River, 

Someday he'd build a college, 

An institution of learning 

For the sturdy pioneer people. 

EPISODE III 

Indian Music 

An Indian enters the scene bearing a few rabbits. A 
squaw takes the game from him holding it up and shaking 
her head because it is so trivial. The setting is an Indian 
camp. A few children play around with bows and arrows. 
One Indian woman goes to her pappoose hanging in its bas- 
ket to a tree bough. The Indian stands moodily apart. He 
speaks 



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Lost, lost is the Red Man's glory; 

Gone, gone is the ancient rule, 

And the conquering race 

Of the cruel Paleface 

Makes the Red Man only a tool. 

Red, red all the streams are turning; 

Black, black is our land with fire, 

And women weep 

As the children sleep, 

And the buzzards circle higher. 

Soon, soon all the game will vanish. 

Loud, loud hungry beasts will howl. 

And our hearts will quail 

When the children wail, 

And the wolves 'round our wigwams prowl. 

Weep, weep when the foes come on us. 

Moan, moan there is cause for fear. 

Well we know the pain 

As we count our slain, 

And pray that Death is near. 

The squaws take up the rythm of the poem in a monot- 
onous wail, rocking back and forth as they do so. Suddenly 
in marked contrast to their wailing, there is the sound of a 
gay old French boating song, and Eleazar Williams comes 
into view in a canoe paddled by an Indian. They beach the 
canoe and Eleazar Williams comes into the group followed by 
the Indian with some furs. Other Indians join the scene 
bearing corn which they give to the squaws to grind. 
Eleazar Williams : 

Peace, brothers. 

The Indians are impassive. Squaws bring ham water 
and food. 

An Indian speaks: 

A fire is lighted, but there is little food. 
Eleazar Williams ■ 

It is enough. 

After a pause he looks at the Indians sitting silently in 
a circle. Finally he speaks. 



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My children, I feel from your long silence that you are 
unhappy. I know too well that the deer are disappearing; 
that the buzzards feed on your dead torn from their graves 
by the hostile Menominees. And my heart is sad. 
First Indian: 

Many moons back you made promises. You led us to 
these hunting grounds. 
Second Indian: 

For you we forsook the fertile lands of the Oneidas. 
We left our homes towards the rising sun, our strong, safe 
lodges, our honored dead. 
Eleazar Williams: 

Have I not suffered with you? Do I not feel with you 
the pangs of hunger? Is not my meadow black with fire? 
Only trust me, and I will save you. I will lead you further 
west to lands where the young deer feed tamely in the tall 
grass, and the spotted fish jump in the water in the early 
evening. The Great White Father at Washington gave these 
lands to me. To me your brother, in whom flows the blood 
of many kings. In the land of the rising sun are many 
chiefs who do me honor. 
First Indian: 

How does that help us? 
Eleazar Williams: 

Tomorrow I go on a long journey. Many suns shall 
set e'er I reach its end. But the friend of Priest Williams 
will listen to him. He will give him much wampum and with 
it we shall seek new hunting grounds to the west. Your old 
men shall die in peace, your children show bright faces as 
they play. I have spoken. 

He seats himself, makes a sign and the pipe of peace 
is passed around. Then he enters the canoe and disappears. 
The Indians execute a solemn, ceremonial dance. 

EPISODE IV 

Study of Amos Lawrence in Boston. Mr. Lawrence is 
sitting at a table writing. A man servant enters. 



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Servant : 

The Indian who calls himself Priest Williams is here 
again, Sir. 
Lawrence : 

I may as well see him this time. It is always money 
that he wants. 
Williams (entering :) 

I beg you to accept my compliments, Sir. 
Lawrence (someivhat bored and amused:) 

Why am I honored with a visit, Williams? I take it 
you are in trouble again. 
Eleazar Williams: 

Sir, trouble has ever dogged my footsteps since as a 
child I was torn from my mother's arms. 
Amos Lawrence: 

Your mother was an Oneida? 
Eleazar Williams: 

My adopted mother was of the St. Regis tribe. But 
she who bore me was Austrian. 
Amos Lawrence: 

And where has your home been? 
Eleazar Williams : 

I was hidden in Canada after my escape. Those first 
fearful years remain in my memory but faintly, for 
a long fever followed my prison life. When I was 
fourteen or fifteen I was sent to Longmeadow, where 
Nathaniel Ely was to educate me and my Indian 
foster-brother, John, at his expense. John soon wea- 
ried of civilization, but I continued my school work, 
and later studied at West Hampton and at Dartmouth 
for a time. 
Amos Lawrence: 

Then you are not an Indian. 
Eleazar Williams: 

The Iroquois have adopted me into their tribe. On 
Waren Hicki, the Tree Cutter, they call me — and I 
speak many Indian dialects — but, (proudly) in blood 
I am a Bourbon. 



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Amos Lawrence: 

So you expect me to believe that story? 

Eleazar Williams: 

Sir, if it be not true, why did Prince de Joinville jour- 
ney to these ends of the earth, Green Bay, so to 
inform me? Cannot you see my resemblance to the 
Bourbon line? My skin is dark, but not copper col- 
ored. And if I am not the lost Dauphin of France is 
it not truly a strange coincidence that I, a lad of pre- 
cisely the same age, should have been brought so 
mysteriously to Canada and adopted by Mary and 
Thomas Williams at that time? There is testimony 
of John Bleeker of Albany that money was regularly 
sent to him for a French child of high rank who was 
concealed somewhere in Canada. And as you know 
the death of the young Dauphin was never estab- 
lished. 

Amos Lawrence: 

If you truly believe this, William, and Prince de Join- 
ville has proof, why do you not press your claim? 

Eleazar Williams: 

Sir, can you imagine how terror would be etched in the 
mind of a child of seven who had undergone the per- 
secutions of the Reign of Terror as if with acid? 
Horror overwhelms me even now when I pierce too 
deeply the veil that hangs between my long illness 
and my first conscious day in Canada. A dark, empty 
room unmans me. The clank of chains causes a damp 
to stand on my forehead. No thought of France 
draws me, or ever can. 

Amos Lawrence: 

I begin to understand, though it is hard for one to be- 
lieve. 

Eleazar Williams: 

At heart I am an Indian. Those healing days while I 
was learning to forget were spent with my Indian 
parents and playmates. Is it not as great an honor 
to rule the Red men, as the red-handed Frenchmen? 



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Amos Lawrence: 
I suppose so. 
Eleazar Williams: 

Some day I shall establish a great kingdom for the 
Indian where he shall reign supreme. But first and 
foremost I am a missionary. I have translated the 
gospels, the book of common prayer, and the hymn 
book into Mohawk. I have converted many. For 
them I work and plan. 
Amos Lawrence: 

. You are a missionary of my own church, Williams, and 
because I am interested in you as such I will buy 
your lands. The sum is not large, but remember the 
lands are of no value to me. Indeed, I know not what 
I shall do with them when I have acquired them. But 
you may live there as long as God permits you to 
serve him. Tomorrow we will arrange the details. 
(Rises.) 
May God in his wisdom reward you, Sir. (Exit.) 

Amos Lawrence: 

Walks up and down, meditating. Curtain falls and ri- 
ses immediately on Interlude A. 

INTERLUDE A 

Amos Lawrence: 

With these new possessions I now add new burdens. Is 
not this too much for one who would improve his 
mind and his heart and keep himself ready for a 
change of scene, and an entrance into the Spiritual 
world? Can one be prepared for higher duties when 
the mind is filled continually with such thoughts as 
all these things entail? I sometimes wonder if to our 
Creator the treasures of men do not seem as trivial, 
worthless as those objects which we hoard as chil- 
dren seem to us, when adult. Then a broken piece of 
glass, a frayed bit of rope, bright colored pebbles. 
When we grow older, a few acres, social prestige, 
pieces of insensiate yellow metal seem paramount. 



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Sometimes will we laugh over these trifles as we do 
now when our sons proudly empty the contents of 
their pockets? ***** g ut these Williams lands, so 
far away — what can I do with them? 
Enter the Spirit of the Wilderness. 

Amos Lawrence: 

Pray, who are you? 

Spirit of the Wilderness: 

I am the Spirit of the Wilderness, the Soul of that 
great section known to you as the far away region of 
the Middle West. I represent a people strong in body, 
in determination, strong in faith, self-sacrificing, en- 
during, ambitious, not for material gains alone, but 
for homes, for churches and for education. 

Amos Lawrence: 

For that reason you think I should be interested because 
my father endowed a school for boys at Groton, and 
gave money for the Lawrence Scientific School of 
Harvard. , 

Spirit of the Wilderness : 

In the east are many schools. You believe in them. Are 
the young people of sturdy, pioneer Wisconsin less 
gifted, dulle- in mind, less deserving than those of 
Massachusetts? Should Geography decide the fitness 
of young men and young women for higher education? 

Amos Lawrence: 

Higher education for women! I don't approve of that 
at all! Woman's place is by the fireside. 

Spirit of the Wilderness : 

And that is where you will find them — these women of 
the Middle West. Their lives are barren without the 
ideals education gives. For them life is spelled with 
these four letters, t-o-i-1. Do you begrudge them in- 
spiration? 

Amos Lawrence: 

But it is a thousand miles from here. 



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Spirit of the Wilderness : 

If it were ten thousand, 'they are still your neighbors. 
Amos Lawrence : 

It's 200 miles from a railroad. 
Spirit of the Wilderness : 

Think what a lasting benefit it will be to those who need 
it most. 

Amos Lawrence : 

I have so many calls on my purse. 

Spirit of the Wilderness : 

Honestly, can you think of one by which you can do 
more good? To make straight and smooth that road 
on which all must march. To give strength to the 
marchers to shoulder their burdens. To enable them 
to pick out the pit-falls, the dangers of the road. To 
teach them to march as a body, to aid their fellow 
travellers? What better can your money do, Amos 
Lawrence? 

Amos Lawrence: 

And I'll do it. I'll give $10,000 besides this land to start 
the project. 

Spirit of the Wilderness: 

Then I will summon one who waits without. 

(She signals and a young girl runs in, holding an un- 
lighted torch in her hands, and kneels at the feet of Mr. 
Lawrence.) 

Amos Lawrence: 

Why do you kneel before me? What is your name? 

Alma Mater: 

It is my dream that some day there shall be those who 
call me Alma Mater. And I kneel that you may light 
this torch which I hold. A tiny, wavering flame 
which a puff of wind may blow out, will cause this 
torch to burn with a light which shall grow stronger 
and brighter as the years advance, (for I shall guard 
it carefully) the light of learning. 



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Amos Lawrence: 

You look very frail for such a great task. Are you not 
afraid? 
Alma Mater: 

I have a kinswoman who is older and wiser than I, 
whose courage seldom fails, whose wisdom is unceas- 
ing. On her I may lean when I am weary. I may 
consult with her when I am perplexed. She is the 
Church. 
Enter the Church (M. E.) who puts a supporting arm 
about the young Alma Mater. 
Amos Lawrence: 

I would that I might know all will be well. I am a little 
uncertain of a venture which permits women to be 
educated ! 
Spirit of the Wilderness: 

This curtain hides the future, but for you it shall be 
drawn. (The curtain is partially pulled aside.) 
Amos Lawrence: 

What is the path I see? 
Spirit of the Wilderness: 

It is the Pathway of the Years. Come! (Taking his 
hand she leads him down it while Alma Mater and 
the Church follow arm in arm.) 



Third approach of Herald is announced by bugle. 
Herald speaks: 

Six years have passed since Eleazar Williams 
By selling all his lands to Amos Lawrence, 
Inspired the merest thought, the vague suggestion 
That on these acres could be built a college. 
Now you shall see in vivid, living pictures, 
Those first famed school days, 
Meet professors, students; 
Smile at their dress, 
Wonder about their costumes: 



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Relive the plans of Sampson, Stone and Darling. 

And some of you who saw it in the sixties, 

Shall see a second time, a nations blight, 

The lowering cloud of war within our country, 

The fearful, anxious days of Civil War. 

Our Alma Mater, shouldering her burden, 

Weakened and faint, 

Emerges finally staggering from the blow 

And slowly journeys on. 

Strengthened by fresh recruits, 

The march begins anew 

With ranks so tragically thinned. 

Somber and serious they plod, 

And many fall. 

Till sympathy awakened as the years go on 

In hearts of men who truly wish to serve, 

Bring Alma Mater tributes. 

Heaps high her lap with Gifts 

And builds a sure foundation for her work. 



EPISODE V 

A 10 X 12 room in the log cabin parsonage of S. M. 
Stone, a preacher of the Winnebago Circuit. A meeting of 
the pioneers is taking place to pledge help to the new Uni- 
versity. 

S. M. Stone: 

Brethern, before the discussion which is before us begins 
'would it not be fitting to bow our heads in silent pray- 
er before the throne of Grace and humbly ask for 
God's Guidance and Blessing? (All bow their heads.) 
Brother Sampson, will you again make clear what 
the needs of the Institution may be? 
Sampson : 

The location is already decided upon. Rev. Henry R. 
Colman and Rev. Reeder Smith have traversed the 
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Green Bay to Fond du Lac, selecting the site on the 
28th of Dec, 1846. The Charter is obtained. It is 
now necessary to raise the $10,000 and erect the 
buildings. 

Stone : 

What contributions are there? 

Sampson : 

I have heard that the Hon. Morgan L. Martin of Green 
Bay and Gov. Harris of Rhode Island are to contri- 
bute $1,000 each. And Geo. Lowe and J. F. Meade 
have donated 82 acres of land which may be reckoned 
in the necessary $10,000. 

Stone : 

My brothers, my earthly possessions at the outside es- 
timate amount to five hundred dollars. Of that 
amount I subscribe $100.00 to this cause in which I 
so firmly believe, and for the glory of God. 

Sampson : 

I have spent many a sleepless night planning to meet 
the exigencies of this hour. In order to carry forward 
the work I have found it necessary to dispose of my 
property in the city of Fond du Lac where I own a 
dwelling, two lots and thirty acres of land, also 120 
of timber land. I have had to sell at a sacrifice, but 
I have risked it all, reputation and property, on the 
success of Lawrence University. Here is my sub- 
scription. 

Mr. Darling: 

Will not the Wisconsin Conference aid us? 

Stone : 

The Wisconsin Conference has passed resolutions to try 
to raise $30,000 in the least. The resolution reads, 
"In view of our destitution in the West we are still 
under the necessity of looking to the noble-hearted 
East to assist us in raising $30,000, $10,000 of which 
will be needed this year." 



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Sampson : 

Scholarships entitling the subscriber to ten years' free 
tuition for his or her heirs in said University have 
been sold, but on account of hard times only $600 has 
been raised, and that by great sacrifice. And gen- 
tlemen, I doubt the wisdom of this method of raising 
money, even in our extremity. 

Stone : 

Expenses will be very heavy. The salaries of male pro- 
fessors must be $400 per annum, but a competent fe- 
male to undertake the duties of preceptress may be 
had for $250 yearly. 

Sampson : 

That's a lot of money for a woman to earn ! And a well 
should be dug that all may enjoy the advantage of 
pure water easily accessible. 

Darling : 

A planed board fence should be erected about the square, 
too, but these minor matters may be settled later. 
Brethern, by mortgaging my property I am able to 
subscribe $3,000 to the fund. (All show J07 at this 
welcome addition.) 

Stone: 

That is exceedingly generous, Brother Darling. 

Darling : 

Brother Sampson, read what we have written in the 
subsciption book your good wife has made us. (Samp- 
son reads from a little pamphlet made of blue) — Copy 
L. C. A., Record 1915, p. 26 and part 27, beginning: 
"Subscription Book No. One, Notice to the Benefactors 
of our country. The Lawrence Institute is to in- 
clude a Preparatory and Teachers' Department under 
the same charter, affording gratuitous advantages to 
both sexes of Germans and Indians." and ending. 
"We do therefore agree and obligate ourselves to pay 
the Lawrence Institute of Wisconsin or the Agent, 
etc." All sign. 



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Sampson : 

Brethern, I pray it may be granted us to know, a hun- 
dred years from now, whether the sacrifices which 
seem so great to us at this time have born good 
fruit. 

All: Amen (in good old Methodist fashion.) 

EPISODE VI 

Scene. — A log cabin home in late 50's. Two girls are dis- 
cussing registration. 
First Girl: 

Oh, just think! At this time next week we shall really 
be enrolled in the Institution, or at least in the Female 
Branch of it. 
Second Girl: 

I'm almost frightened to think about it. Some of the 
older girls are coming in this afternoon to tell us 
their experiences. One is from the East. Imagine 
how traveled she must be! (Four girls enter. Miss 
Julia Colman, Francena Kellogg, Lucinda Darling, 
and Miss Smith.) They greet each other very for- 
mally at first. Then the younger girls cannot restrain 
their eagerness. "Happy to meet you." * * "Pleased, 
I'm sure." * * "How do you like this country, Miss 
Smith?" 
First Girl: 

Oh, don't let's wait another minute to talk about the 
institution. I want to enroll if I can afford it, and 
I've a hundred questions to ask. 
Second Girl: 

Tell us everything from the beginning. It's such a 
grand building! Four stories and a cupola. Just 
think ! 
Miss Colman: 

We live there. My father is steward and my brother 
Henry makes the fire for the morning prayers at 
five and rings the bell. 



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First Girl: 

For classes? 
Miss Colman: 

For chapel at 5:30 in the morning. 
First and Second Girl: 

5:30! Why, it's dark then! 
Miss Colman: 

Oh, Prof. Kellogg carries a tallow dip and reads and 
prays. How we shiver! But we wrap ourselves in 
shawls and the boys in overcoats. It is most conven- 
ient, for when we dress hurriedly, they cover a mul- 
titude of sins. 
First Girl: 

Shawls are so stylish. I wish I had one. But I'll wear 
calico if I can just be allowed to study. We must take 
the Ladies' Course, I suppose. 

Francena Kellogg: 

You will not be permitted to take Mathematics. That 
is only fit for men. But there is English: Elementary 
for $3.00, and Higher for $4.00; Languages, Natural, 
Mental and Moral Science for $5.00, while Drawing 
Painting and Music are extras. , 

Miss Colman: 

The classes are so small you can probably take most 
anything you want, but of course they couldn't print 
the same course for men and women in the catalogue. 
First Girl: 

How good they are to let us come at all. Most colleges 
are only for men. And some people think it's shame- 
ful for women to be admitted to a college. 
(Second girl figures on piece of paper busily.) 
Lucinda Darling: 

What lo you think, girls, Mollie writes poetry! She has 
a nom-de-plume, 'Lily Lichen' — isn't that elegant? 
What do you suppose she does between classes? 

Chorus : 

Studies her lessons, I suppose. Reads. 



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Lucinda Darling: 

Indeed she does not! She plays with her doll. 
Second Girl (after incredulous exclamations are stilled:) 

Is it frightfully expensive? 
Miss Colman: 

Father boards students for $1.50 a week with bed linen. 
Figurer (awed:) 

$1.50! 
Miss Colman: 

Well, the Institution charges $1.63, including room-rent 
and you furnish wash bowls, towels, house lights and 
fuel! (Girl figures again.) 
Lucinda Darling: 

Tuition is from $12.00 to $20.00. Graduates from 1.00 
to $11.00. Tha f 's if you are extravagant. And wash- 
ing is from five to ten dollars yearly. 
Figurer: 

How could one spend so much for washing? 
Lucinda Darling: 

And fuel is $1.50 to $3.00 a year. 
Julia Colman: 

Girls, did you hear how Smith of East Troy broke up a 
chair in his sister Nancy's room to fix her fire be- 
cause all the wood was too green to burn? (All 
laugh.) 
Francena Kellogg (kindly:) 

If you have a brother or a gentleman friend to chop 
down trees for you, it helps greatly with fuel expense. 
First Girl: 

But what will happen when all the trees are gone? 

Francena Kellogg: 

Oh, the boys plant new ones. I have one planted in 
my name. (A bit consciously.) 
Miss Smith : 

Our class has planted an elipse of eleven butternut 
trees, nine for the nine men describing the curve, 
and two for the girls occupying the honorable posi- 
tion of the foci. 



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First Girl (whispering :) 

Isn't her language perfectly overpowering? 
Second Girl: 

What is that you have in your hand, Francena? 

Francena Kellogg (reads :) 

"Annual Catalogue of the Corporation, Faculty, Stu- 
dents and Course of Study of the Preparation Depart- 
ment of Lawrence University for 1850-51." 
First Girl (nervously :) 

Do read us all the important rules so we shall not break 
them unconsciously. (They pour over the book.) 

First Girl (reading:) 

"You must rise at the first bell, and you must observe 
the Sabbath with sobriety and silence." 

Second Girl: 

I never observed it any other way, did you? 

Lucinda Darling (reading :) 

"No student may attend mixed assemblages or parties 
of any kind without permission: nor may any gentle- 
man or lady ride or walk together without express 
permission." 

First Girl: 
Mercy! 
Lucinda Darling (continuing:) 

"No lady shall receive calls from gentlemen in their 
rooms or elsewhere. Visits, if received at all, must be 
received in the parlor or other appropriate rooms or 
places assigned at the boarding places of the ladies, 
and then not during study hours, nor at unreason- 
able hours." 
Second Girl: 

Well, it could be arranged. 

Lucinda Darling: 

But listen, "if any male student have a relative in the 
female department whom he wishes to see, he will be 
permitted to go to the steward's room, request her 



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to be sent for, and there converse with her. Brothers 
can also walk out with their sisters by permission of 
some one of the faculty, but with no others!" 
First Girl: 

Is there no exception? 
Lucinda Darling: 

They are very strict. Miss Crocker warned Julia's 
brother, Henry Colman, about showing; me too much 
attention. (All look with admiration on Lucinda Dar- 
ling.) 
Julia Colman (reads:) 

"At no time and in no case, shall clamorous noise, 
athletic exercises, smoking tobacco in seminary build- 
ings, the use of gun powder or fire arms in the sem- 
inary premises be allowed." 
All: 

Would any one dare do such dreadfu 1 things? 
Miss Smith: 

Oh, I've heard of it's being done in the East! 
First Girl: 

Tell us about your travels. It must be exciting to be 
in a train. 
Miss Smith: 

Indeed it is. It took us just four weeks. Of course we 
did not travel on the Sabbath; spending one in Buffalo, 
and one in Milwaukee. We came from Chicago to 
Sheboygan by steamer, — 150 miles; then by stage for- 
ty miles over a plank road, — and then followed the 
river to Appleton. Such a little place. 
Julia Colman: 

Well, it has a blacksmith shop, a dry goods merchant, two 
shoemakers, a book merchant and a wagon maker. I 
call that quite a town ! 
First Girl: 

Are the faculty very awe-inspiring? How do you get 
courage to recite to them? 



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Miss Smith: 

Professor Kellogg is so intellectual. He is from Mich- 
igan. 

Lucinda Darling: 

And Principal Sampson always smiles! 
Francena Kellogg: 

They say Prof. Phinney dreamed out the answer to a 
problem in Day's Algebra while teaching a district 
school down east. 
Julia Colman: 

Miss Dayton can talk in French and German just as 
easy. And we all love Miss Crocker. 
Lucinda Darling: 

She is so brave, too. Did you ever hear how she took us 
for botany specimens to the islands, and she walked 
across that plank bridge just as cooly and laughed at 
us when we crawled on our hands and knees. 
Second Girl: 

Do you have many good times? 
Julia Colman: 

Saturdays are exciting. We have exercises and orations 
and declamations. Then there is the Debating So- 
ciety; the Y. M. D. C. of the P. D. of L. M. 

First Girl: 

How imposing! 

Miss Smith: 

The boys' paper is the Students' Miscellany, and the 
girls' is Euphrosyne and the First Leaf and the Bou- 
quet. They read parts of them on Saturdays. 
First Girl (shyly:) 

What might happen, if you happened, quite accident- 
ally, to walk a short distance with a young gentleman? 
Lucinda Darling: 

If it is raining and a young gentleman has an umbrella, 
he may protect a young lady if he happens to meet 
her. (Dimpling, she changes her manner.) We call 
them our rainbows. 



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First Girl: 

I wonder, do you have a great deal of bad weather in 
Appleton? I rather like rainy days! (Curtain and 
laughter.) 

EPISODE VII 
Civil War 

A bugle blows reveille. 

Alma Mater enters Right. She looks behind her as she 
walks in hunted fashion. As she is about to exit Left a 
huge, armor-clad figure strides after her, and clutches her 
arm. At first she angrily tries to shake off his grasp. Then 
she cowers, and in pleading tones asks: 

Who are you and what is your purpose? I have seen 
your shadow in the distance for long, but I have hoped 
that you were but something born of my imagination 
a creature of my fancy. What do you want of me? 
War: 

And you could think me a shadow? Deep is the shadow 
I cast, and red is its color. For I am W T ar — Red War. 
I come to destroy. I bring this sword. I sear the 
soul. I feed mankind with the fires of hate. I am 
old as history. I make houses of mourning in the 
lands east, west, north and south. I open a door for 
millions of widows, mothers and orphans. The music 
that accompanies my song is the clashing of swords, 
the blaze of cannon, and the weeping and wailing of 
women. My appetite is unsatiable, and I demand the 
best. For years men, by struggle and toil, will be 
paying for my upkeep. I talk only in billions. All 
must bow to me : the millionaire in the height of 
pleasure; the farmer as he sows his crop; the musi- 
cian as he charms his audience; the priest as he 
prays; the drunkard in his cups. , 

Nor are they all, for the anguish does not lie with them. 
It lives on year after year in the hearts of those who 
are left. 



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Alma Mater: 

Have you no pity on one who has never seen you? 
War: 

No, for I hate and distrust you. Weak and womanlike 
as you are, I fear you. I fear that from your teach- 
ings men will learn to despise me, and be enabled to 
live without me, and that I shall grow weaker and 
weaker, and finally die. 
Alma Mater: 

Would that men had learned it long ago! 
War: 

But they have not. I grow stronger and more robust 
as I grow older. My appetite is more ravenous and 
my demands are far more appalling than those which 
used to satisfy me in the old Greek and Roman days. 
At my present coming, there shall be swept away a 
half million men in blue, and nearly as many in gray. 
And you shall see me yet again in later years. 
Alma Mater: 

But what do you ask of me, now? 
War: 

Your finest — your dearest — your best. 
Alma Mater: 

My children — (and sinks fainting to the floor, while 
War stands exultingly over her.) 



INTERLUDE "B" 

Alpha Beta, a sorority — Philalathean — Athena — Chi 
Zeta, a fraternity — Phoenix — Lawrence — Modern Times — De- 
mosthenean — Amphiction. 

Zeta: 

That was some party last night, wasn't it? 

Alpha: 

The best we ever had, yet it didn't cost nearly as much 
as our formals for the past two years. I am so glad 
because you know fraternities are always being ac- 



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cused of extravagance. I feel so strongly that we 
must guard against extravagance and pretentiousness 
if we are to make good. 

Zeta : 

Just as we must be really democratic. Enemies of Greek 
letter Societies, and many of them perfectly sincere, 
are always bringing up the arguments that we aren't 
Democratic. I say we are, but we've got to show all 
these Missourians. 

Alpha: 

The old alumni are continually telling how democratic 
the old institutions were, particularly the literary so- 
cieties. I wish we could get some idea how they man- 
aged. 

Zeta : 

Let's have a seance and call up the spirits of Philal 
and Phoenix. That's quite the thing now, I believe — 
and it will give me an excuse to hold your hands. 

Alpha (sweetly:) 

As if you had to have an excuse. The lights must be 
low, and we must speak in sepulchral tones, I sup- 
pose. (They seat themselves and join hands.) 
Mr. Pluto, please give me the Amphiction, the Young 
Man's Literary Club, Philalathean, Phoenix, Demos- 
thenean. 
Alpha: 

Why so ungallant (sotto voice) are the spirits of Athena 
and Lawrean willing to communicate with me? 
(A low funeral march is heard and from the entrance 
is seen a line of spirits of the old Literary Societies 
in fitting dress.) 
A Ipha : 

Mercy, they have come.. I'm scared, it's so spooky. 
Philalathean : 

Young man, did you summon us? 



142 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Zeta: 

Yee-es — that is — I — we, wondered if your old times 
couldn't give us some good advice. Tell us the way 
you used to do things, you know. 
Amphiction : 

There's nothing an old timer likes to give better than 
advice, even in the spirit world. Of course, we always 
think our own time much better than modern times, 
we'll be honest with you. 
Alpha (looking at dress suit:) 

What's the difference between us? You do things dif- 
ferently. And you never had any swallow tails. 
Zeta (grinning :) 

Oh, this is one of my assets. I rent it out to the fel- 
lows when I don't need it. Last year I earned al- 
most as much as it cost. (All the ghosts laugh.) 
Amphiction: 

I guess boys are the same in 1922 or 1850. 
Athena (putting a scarf on Alpha's shoulders:) 

Now you'll feel better. You must be cold. Your dress 
is so beautiful, but will athorities permit you to wear 
a low neck? 
A Ipha : 

If you think this is low you should see some of them. 
I'm glad you like my dress, for I made it myself one 
Saturday. But tell us about your early days. 
Athena: 

I am older than sister Lawrean, but each of us has had 
our day of popularity. Our meetings used to have 
debates and music and readings — sometimes a play. 

Phoenix : 

Don't forget the joint meetings. This was a bright spot, 
for the girls not only joined in the programs, but we 
were always to escort them home. 



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Lawrean : 

Later we gave a reception each year that was a social 
event of the season. Almost all the girls had new 
gowns for it and all the town girls rifled the best 
homes of Appleton to make the old chapel fittingly- 
elegant. 
Athena: 

Do you remember how a committee pared off everyone — 
usually a new boy and an old girl and vice versa — and 
what troubles they got into? 
Alpha: 

That was democratic — were you really as democratic 
as our fathers tell us? 
Philalathean: 

We really were — a fellow could chop wood or shovel 
sidewalks all day, wash up, black his shoes, and call 
on the most popular girl in school. 
A Ipha : 

So he can now, if he is the right kind. It's personality 
that counts. 
Zeta: 

How much did you have to spend on this queening 
business? 
Phoenix: 

For a quarter you could give a coed the time of her life 
by hiring a boat at Beltz's for the evening. And if 
you bought her six carnations to wear on her left 
shoulder at The Reception she thoughtfully and gra- 
ciously put one in your buttonhole and thought you 
most generous. 

Zeta: 

Them was the good old days! 
Philalathean: 

When we were all real flush, we'd get up a crowd to go 
on a sleigh-ride to Kaukauna for an oyster stew. That 
was an event! (Alpha and Zeta laugh.) 



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A thena : 

And such rivalry for new members in the fall as we had, 
dnidn't we, sister Lawrean? 
Phoenix: 

We fellows nearly came to blows about it. 
A Ipha : 

Then you did some rushing even before the days of fra- 
ternities? I thought that was our particular vice. 
Athena: 

But everyone was invited to join a society. No one was 
left out. 
Zeta: 

When a school grows so large there must be many groups 
to take care of its social life. There are bound to be 
cliques anyway. The first split in the first literary 
society proved that. If a fraternity will use this ten- 
dency to form into groups, as a basis for developing 
loyalty and high ideals of all kinds, it can yield the 
finest sort of influence. And that's what we're try- 
ing to do. 
A Ipha : 

Of course, we may have our faults, just as you prob- 
ably did. Now confess. If a student with lots of 
money or a girl who was particularly pretty regis- 
tered, wasn't there rivalry as to whether they would 
go Philal or Phoenix, Lawrean or Athena? 
Chorus : 

Yes, my dear, we were human, too. 
Philalathean : 

But money didn't matter. If a student earned his way 
through school he was admired for it. 

Zeta : 

And he is now. In every college more and more students 
are earning all or part of their expenses every year. 



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Phoenix : 

But we produced real orators. Remember when Olin 
Curtis won the oratorical, and then William Wescott? 
The celebration we had on those occasions makes your 
parties look pretty anaemic. 
Zeta: 

Any devilment in those days? 
Philalathean (laughing :) 

Say, Phoenix, do you remember how we put the cow in 
the belfry on Hallowe'en? 
Phoenix : 

And how we stole Dr. Cook's rig and pulled it way out 
into the country? And just as we were leaving it 
the president himself rose from the blankets in the 
back seat and said, "Now, boys, you can just pull me 
back again." 
Alpha: 

No automobiles! (Sighing.) 
Zeta: 

Nor jazz. (Shaking his head.) 
Philalathean: 

No, thank Heaven. 



EPISODE VIII 

World War 

Alma Mater sits in a large chair, a book in her hands 
which she has apparently been reading to her son who sits 
at her feet. She is more beautiful than ever and more 
mature. 

Alma Mater: 

How beautiful the day is4 

Are there ever days as wonderful as April? 

When the trees, young and old, 

Put on youth's tender verdure 

And these dear flowers of spring, 



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Form for our feet a varied carpet. 

When birds and blooms and wind, 

Combine to make us happy 

And drop a curtain o'er the long cold winter 

To blot it from our memory. 

The quality of the sunshine has something rarer in it 

Than that of much-praised June 

As if the sun, a timid lover, worshiping at a distance 

Dared not the passionate embraces 

The summer tries to woo with, 

But warms with love more tender. 

For me, I am contented. 

As far removed as mothers e'er can be 

From apprehension, for in the Mother heart 

Solicitude lies very near the surface, 

Though the world dreams it not. 
Boy: 

Of what are you thinking, Mother dear? 
Alma Mater: 

My wandering thoughts are always with my children. 

With dreams and prayers for these so far departed 

Whose faces I but know as Memory loans them, 

And I am glad to know by word and letter, 

My children out in the world are making progress. 

While those close to my side I still can cover 

With the soft pinions of my wings at night fall. 

(She makes a protecting little motion toward the boy.) 

Boy: 

Hark, there is sound of music. 
My brothers are coming. 

Alma Mater: 

Music and youth walk hand in hand together. 
(The music sounds louder; it is voices singing Tip- 
perary.) 



What a gay tune it is! 



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Alma Mater: 

The melody is gay, and yet — 

The music ends and suddenly in the distance the blare 
of a bugle is heard sounding reveille. Alma Mater springs 
to her feet, her hands pressed to her breast. 

Alma Mater: 

That sound! Twice — twice have I heard it. 
Boy: 

What does it mean, Mother? 
Alma Mater: 

The first time, when I was a fond young mother, 

It meant that I should stand bereft and weeping. 
Boy : 

Mother dear, don't look like that. 
Alma Mater (recovering herself :) 

No, no, I'll conquer all these vain forebodings. 

It is some nonsense newly wrought. 

Here come my sons, my children, 

Eager to tell me all. 

A group of boys enter in uniform. They crowd about 
their mother lovingly, but with great excitement. They 
take the first son aside and tell him their news. 

Alma Mater: 

What does it mean? 

This strange new dress, 

So strange, yet dread familiar? 

What your excited glances 

Your whispering together? 

First son walks over and puts his arm about her shoul- 
der. 
Boy : 

It means, dear mother, that we are called, must go, 

To fight for freedom. 

For brotherhood as did our older brothers 

Of whom you've proudly told us. 

Alma Mater nods sadly in understanding as she cannot 
speak for a moment. 



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Alma Mater: 

I know — I know 

It is from Mother lips our sons first hear 

The words, "My Country." 

From our encircling arms is learned the lesson 

Our country is one Mother we must die for. 

So, if we be true mothers, 

When they come 

To show the lesson is well learned 

Can we deny? 

Rather conceal the pain deep in our hearts, 

Fight back our tears and with a smile 

Bid them "God speed." 

She puts her hands on her boy's shoulders, and looks 
long at them all. 

Alma Mater: 

Go, my brave boys. 

You cannot go so far that you escape the circle of my 

love. 
Go knowing this 

That I am proud of you beyond all telling 
Though it may be cruel hard 
To send you into danger. 

It would cut deeper still into your mother's heart, 
To have you prove unworthy. (Bugle.) 

She kisses the boy on his forehead. The orchestra plays 
patriotic music very softly. The boys stand gathered around 
her. 



THE MARCH 

INTERLUDE "c" 

A group of elves, one of moonlight fairies and the 
Spirit of the Fox are dancing together. The Spirit of the 
Fox is a tall, beautiful girl in palest green. They seat 
themselves as if in council and the Fox speaks : 

Subjects, there is treason in our midst. Two students 



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who have lived in the college environment for four 
years rebel against our authority. (The circle ex- 
claim incredulously.) 
Fox: 

You know how long we have reigned in this kingdom. 
You remember how successful our efforts have always 
been. Even with that first class of '57. Only three 
maidens in it and yet look what we accomplished. 

For seventy five years we have woven magic spells over 
the youth of this campus, over blonde and brunette, 
fair and unattractive, over sombre men who come for 
learning theological, over giddy children whose only 
aim was pleasure. One and all they have at some 
time fallen into our nets. 

Yet here are two, a girl most good to look at, and a 
stalwart football hero. And they dare to laugh at ro- 
mance, they dare to talk of friendship and of love 
platonic. (All the circle laughs derisively and echoes 
"Platonic Love!") One elf asks, "You say they talk 
of love?" Fox nods assent. 
Elf: 

Then there is hope. 
Fox: 

Now I have called you into assembly to conspire a- 
gainst them. Some of you have doubtless been remiss. 
This very night they plan to wander in my realms. 
Moth, what means have you to hasten their capture? 

Moth, one of the moonbeams, comes forward, with a 
small sack. 

Your Majesty, I have a preparation, a perfumed vapor 
which I shall throw into their eyes. It is called the 
Glamor of Romance. 
Fox : 

Good, and you, Cobweb, what have you to offer? 



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Cobweb (an elf:) 

I have, your Majesty, a skein of silk so soft and fine 
that mortal can never see it but when I have once 
bound them together in its folds they will find that 
neither time nor distance can break their bonds. 
Fox: 

It is well. And I shall so charm them with my music 

that they shall forget all but each other. 
The fairies and elves applaud and dance again. Sud- 
denly the Spirit of Fox gives a signal and they vanish as 
the lovers appear. 



Shall we sit here on the river bank for a little while? 
Girl: 

Yes, let's. The moonlight is enchanting and I am so 
tired. It was hard to get away for this last walk 
together. Girls are such sillies. If they haven't an 
affair themselves they invent one for some one else. 
I have told them singly and in dozens that I have 
known you all my life. That my first recollection 
of you is when your face was all smeared with bread 
and honey. 
Boy: 

And some poor fish has swiped your ice-cream cone, 
only half licked and so almost as good as new. 
Girl (laughing:) 

I remember. You gave me your bread and honey as 
consolation. But they cannot understand. If you 
buy me a malt choc, and take me to a picture show 
they all whisper together and begin to look for the 
diamond. 

Boy: 

What do you know about that! A fellow nowadays has 
about five years of starvation after he gets out of 
school before he thinks of diamonds. My middle name 
is Horse Sense. 



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Girl: 

Exactly. And I'm not the old-fashioned kind of girl 
who wants to settle down as soon as she's through 
school. I want to do something really worth while 
in my music. I like you, but I don't thrill when 
you come into the room. Frankly, I'd be bored to 
extinction to think of sitting down to three meals 
a day with any man in the world. 
Boy: 

Go as far as you like. Just because a chap plays around 
with a girl for a bit, it doesn't indicate that he's 
thinking of matrimony. Gee, this place isn't a match 
factory. (During this conversation the fairies show 
signs of great indignation.) 

I'm glad you're so sensible. No one here can under- 
stand a real frendship between a girl and a man. 
They don't know what you mean when you talk 
about platonic love. Listen, I thought I heard some- 
one laughing. (The elves and fairies are nearly 
splitting their sides, but adroitly turn their laughter 
into soft humming of music.) 

Boy and girl are silent. Moth dances before them, 
and from her sack throws a handful of perfumed 
powder into their faces. 

Boy (suddenly :) 

How softly your hair blows around your face. I've 
never noticed before how long your eyelashes are. 

Girl: 

And it is the moonlight that makes you seem bigger 
and stronger than usual. Sort of overwhelming. 

Silence again while Cobweb brings her skein and binds 
it around them. Music is heard and another elf raises the 
boy's hand and places it over that of the girl. Both jump 
as though electrified. Another silence. 

Boy (suddenly and passionately :) 

Dearest — (then tenderly) — Why are you trembling? 
What frightens you? 



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Girl: 

I don't know. I don't understand. Suddenly you seem 
different to me, and stranger, whom I have never 
known. (The elves make a magic circle about them, 
and the Fox waves her wand over them.) 
Boy (tightening his clasp of her fingers:) 

Do you realize that we are both seniors, and that in 
a few short days, hours, we are going to be separated? 
And you with your career may go out of my life for- 
ever. Some other man — I just can't bear it. 
(They spring to their feet, and the girl hides her face 
on his broad shoulder.) 
Boy: 

Won't you look at me? You are crying. 

Girl: 

I don't know why. I guess it's because I'm so happy, 
and sad, too, when I think it's our last year. 
(Circle of fairies begins to diminish. Music grows 
softer.) 
Boy ( stumbling ly :) 

I have no right to tell you this. I've years ahead before 
I can even give you a ring. 
Girl (interrupting :) 

My dear, as if a ring mattered. (She lifts her tear 
wet face to his with the disastrous result that nat- 
urally follows such tempting proximity.) 



I think I have always loved you. 

Girl: 

I suppose it began when we were in pinafores. 

Boy : 

How I'll work for you, and plan for you, and try for 
you. I must succeed in a year or two at the most. 
You'll wait? 



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Girl (smiling through her tears:) 
Till the stars grow cold. 

He embraces her again but suddenly she pushes him 
away. 

But — what — what will I tell the girls? I honestly 
meant every word I said about my career, but I did- 
n't know — what will they say? 
Boy (triumphantly :) 

What do we care what they say. We'll tell them it was 
the Old Fox that did it, and something about the 
moonlight and the campus. (The spirit of the Fox 
unseen holds up her hands as if in benediction and 
they walk past her, their arms entwined.) 

EPILOGUE 

For the last time the bugle blows and the Herald 
appears. 
Herald speaks: 

Thus have you seen upon this stage 

The History of Lawrence. Here reviewed 

The tactics of that little band, 

Straggling, often exhausted, 

Who even so kept step in the long March. 

Who levelled the up-grades, 

Straightened the tortuous trail, 

That pilgrims to the self-same goal 

Who followed them, 

Might walk over smoother paths. 

Oh, Mighty army, 

Who marchest now along that broad white way 

Equipment light, 

Protected from the storm and too much sun alike, 

Remember them — those first adventurers — 

Who set out, upon an unknown course, 

And by whose steps you profit. 

With the same quenchless courage, 

Fortitude and faith, 

May you march on 

To Victory! 



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After the processional, and after the last figure has 
disappeared, Old Father Time, white locks flowing, scythe 
in hand, appears and draws the curtain. And he speaks the 
closing words. 

Father Time speaks: 

So 'tis my lot, as always, 

To draw the curtain, 

Thus to close the pageant. 

You know me well. 

Most of you fear me! 

Only the children love me 

And bid me hurry to them. 

The maiden lingering o'er the joys of girlhood, 

Bids me pause. 

The lovers, living only for the moment, 

Defy me. 

The wife, holding her husband by her beauty, 

Trembles at thought of me. 

The aged regard me calmly for the most, 

Though some rebel, 

And others whisper, "Friend." 

I, who was old before the first day dawned, 

Shall still be young when this bright sphere is cold. 

Precious beyond appraising 

Dispensing equally my wealth with all, 

Ah, treat me with respect! 

Despise me not. 

You know too well my name. 

INEXORABLE TIME. 



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THE ANNIVERSARY BANQUET 

Russell Sage Hall, 6:30 P. M. 

Dr. James S. Reeve, '85, Toastmaster 

At the Alumni banquet, Henry Colman, of the First 
Class, '57, responded much as follows to the toast: 



EARLY DAYS OF LAWRENCE COLLEGE 

College, we say now. Those pioneer Methodists were 
modest, so the first charter from the territorial Legislature 
was for Lawrence Institute, but Mr. Lawrence wanted a 
more imposing name. He did not say "college," and in 
1849, the Trustees secured an amendment to the charter, 
making it Lawrence University, by which ambitious title, 
the school was known for many years, though it was no more 
acceptable to Mr. Lawrence than the first name. 

A committee of the thirteen Trustees met in Green Bay 
Sept. 7, 1847, and after careful study of all locations, ap- 
pointed a sub-committee, consisting of Revs. Reeder Smith, 
Wm. H. Sampson and Henry R. Colman, who traveled up 
the Fox River, mainly leading their saddled horses, from 
Green Bay to Winnebago Rapids, or Neenah. They wisely 
chose the present location, then styled Grand Chute. My 
father wrote of it, "In beauty of scenery, fertility of soil, 
and the opportunity afforded for fine farming country 
around the institution, it exceeds by far any on the river." 
No human habitation was nearer than Little Chute below, 
or Neenah above. A building was soon erected, 30 by 70 
feet, four stories in height. The first story was of stone, 
and was divided into a chapel, dining room, kitchen, two 
bedrooms. The other stories had recitation rooms and rooms 
for teachers and students. It was located in the center of 
the block now occupied by Peabody Music Hall. 

On Nov. 12, 1849, thirty five students were enrolled, of 
whom my only sister Julia, was one. By Dec. 8, the number 



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had increased to sixty. Rev. Wm, H. Sampson was Principal, 
Romulus 0. Kellogg, professor of languages, James M. Phin- 
ney of mathematics, Miss Emeline M. Crooker, Precep- 
tress and teacher of Music and Drawing. Mr. Kellogg had 
just graduated from Wesleyan University, Connecticut, and 
Mr. Phinney had studied in the same school. Miss Crooker 
was a graduate of Oberlin College of Oberlin, Ohio, the first 
college in the world to graduate women in the same classes 
with men, and Lawrence was the second. 

The Trustees met at the close of the first term and 
elected my father, whose broken voice had compelled him 
to cease preaching, as steward, who furnished meals to the 
students at $1.50 per week. If my memory is correct, the 
salary of full professors was four hundred dollars per year. 
I, in my middle teens, held the important office of Janitor, 
to ring the bell at 5:30 every morning, for prayers at 6, 
and for recitations during the day, also to keep the recita- 
tion rooms and halls warm and clean, for what wages, I do 
not know, as father settled that. 

In 1853, Rev. Edward Cooke, of Boston, an alumnus 
of Wesleyan University, was elected President, and in 1854, 
Freshmen and Sophomore classes were formed, so the mem- 
bers of the first graduating class were never Freshmen, 
neither the men nor the women. The Sophomores were Al- 
len J. Atwell and Henry Colman and the Second Year wo- 
men who recited with us, were Lucinda S. Darling and 
Lydia A. A. Smith. In the same year the faculty was en- 
larged. Rev. Nelson E. Cobleigh became Professor of 
Greek and Hebrew Languages, and we loved to recite to 
him. He was genial and stimulating. He was also pop- 
ular in the pulpit, and so successful all around that Law- 
rence could keep him only four years. Rev. R. Z. Mason 
became Professor of Mathematics and Physics. Solid and 
learned in his department, he was as successful in class 
work and was President from 1859 to 1865. Hiram A. 
Jones also came in 1854 as Classical Tutor and continued in 
the Faculty till 1898, excepting the year 1857-58, when he 
rested, and I took his classes. Rev. F. 0. Blair came in 



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1856. These four were all graduates of Wesleyan. Mrs. 
Blair was for some time Preceptress, and remarkably 
successful. 

The Catalogue for 1854 shows 195 gentlemen students 
and 138 ladies, total 333. In 1855, 445 were registered; in 
1856, the total was 414 and in 1857, the Faculty numbered 
12, the Senior class 7, Junior class 14, Sophomore 27, Fresh- 
men 78, Total, College and Preparatory, 344. 

In those days, the Faculty made some efforts, though not 
very vigorous, to keep the boys from too close intimacy with 
the girls, except when under the eye of the teacher, yet even 
in the class room they usually occupied different sides of the 
room. Personally I vowed, all alone by myself, before enter- 
ing upon my college course, that I would make no plans for 
my future home-life, till I had finished the course, and I 
strictly kept the vow. Yet two of my lady class mates were 
reported to be engaged before we graduated and one was 
married, to one not a student, about a month after receiving 
her college degree. The other was married to my room mate 
six years after graduation. Coeducation offers many and de- 
sirable opportunities for that thorough acquaintance, which 
is an excellent foundation for happy -lives. 



RESPONSE 

Response of Mrs. Henry Colman, '57 (Lucinda S. Dar- 
ling) to a toast at the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the 
Founding of Lawrence College: 

"Every high noon follows a sunrise. Every sunrise is pre- 
ceded by an early dawn. I well remember one early sunrise, 
in the spring of 1853. I had knelt at a low window opening 
to the east just in time to catch the first glimpse of Auro- 
ra's "rosy fingers" above the horizon. Then I saw them 
reaching up and up, sweeping the mists away and opening 
wide the golden gates, — yet the real sun did not appear as 
I anticipated. For a moment I indulged in a frenzy of im- 



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agination as to what would happen, if thru some slip in the 
movements of nature, there should never be another sunrise! 

This moment of doubt reminds me of something that oc- 
curred in the early dawn of Lawrence College. Not every 
one at that time was as hopeful as the founders were repre- 
sented to be in the pageant yesterday. Some were appre- 
hensive — how could a college rise and shine on the limit of 
civilization! — to the northward only a vast forest and a few 
Indians! Time has proved that the pioneers were wise when 
they chose this locality, then a primeval forest, on the banks 
of the broad, tumultuous, on-rushing Fox River, as a suit- 
able place for its foundations. The very atmosphere seemed 
to be an assurance of the strength and durability that were 
wrought into these foundations, and of the ever increasing 
activities of those who would be trained in the college. 

Three members of the first class graduated from Law- 
rence College, still survive and are celebrating today the 
sixty-fifth anniversary of that notable event. One member, 
Mrs. F. M. Buck, resides in Yakima, Washington. Two of 
us remain in the home state of our Alma Mater. The class 
of seven, of 1857, is unique in some respects, compared with 
those that have graduated since. Note the number seven, 
repeated, suggestive of perfection — to be attained! or does 
it suggest "persistance" to the members of succeeding classes, 
who have seldom failed, at least annually, to be introduced 
to "a member of the first graduating class?" 

Our graduating exercises were also unique. It seemed 
that the whole of Appleton was present at this first large 
gathering in the chapel of our new college building. It was 
a time of testing, as a recent design in architecture had been 
used, when the galleries were suspended from the rafters 
by iron rods, with no supports underneath, until it was dis- 
covered, some time later, that safety required them. The 
four men delivered their orations, one in Latin. As they 
bowed themselves off the rostrum, they were showered with 
bouquets from every section of the gallery. 

Woman's day had not then fully arrived. The "females" 
of this class had read their graduating essays the evening be- 



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fore, as addenda to the "exhibition of the Preparatory De- 
partment." We were allowed to receive our diplomas, stand- 
ing on the same platform with the "males." This was a 
concession on the part of our president, who did "not wish 
it known in Boston that he was teaching in a boys' and girls' 
school." 

To make the myth of "male and female" departments seem 
more real, the early catalogues show that not till 1866, were 
the "females" enrolled as Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors 
and Seniors. Previous to this they were simply First Year, 
Second Year, Third Year and Fourth Year Students. This 
would sound better in "The Hub" of culture at that time. 

I can even now, though sixty five years have passed, since 
this eventful day, feel the thrill and the twang of the brass 
band, as it led our procession — Trustees, Faculty, Graduates 
and Visitors, about four blocks to the Hanna Hotel, where 
our first Commencement Dinner was served. 

From that day to this, we, who survive of the first class, 
are slowly getting a vision of how little we knew then and 
how little we know now. Like Henry Adams, who graduated 
from ^ Harvard about the same time we did from Lawrence, 
we are not educated yet. 

Josh Billings once said "flattery is like Colone water — to 
be smelt of — not swallered." Our distinguished toastmaster 
must have been aware of the fact that I belong to that var- 
iety of doctors whose speech center has been poorly devel- 
oped as a result of non use; the prescribing Salts and Senna 
variety, not the talking doctor. On this occasion the toast- 
master is the consulting specialist and I am the plain family 
doctor who humbly follows the instructions of this great 
disciple of iEsculapius. You — dear friends — are the poor 
patients who must sit patiently by and politely smile while 
you swallow this bitter allopathic, poly-pharmic, toxic dose 
which I am about to administer. Fortunately for you other 
speakers have a plentiful supply of antidotes with them. 
The consulting interrogator at the head of the table will be 
held responsible for the results. Rest assured, I shall try to 



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keep in mind the rule of the blacksmith in the good old pre- 
automobile days, "The longer the spoke, the greater the tire." 
When Dr. Reeve told me that I was to respond to a toast, I 
was very much in the mood of the colored soldier who was or- 
dered by his colonel to go over the top. I, too, was perfectly 
willing to be considered a slacker and insisted that I had a 
large family at home who couldn't very well spare me. The 
colonel finally persuaded Mose that if he followed his direc- 
tions there would be no danger; said he, "All you have to do, 
is to advance in a zigzag fashion." Well, Mose said he would 
try it. Presently he was brought back shot full of holes. 
Mose exonerated the colonel, telling him that it wasn't his 
fault, as he guessed he was a-ziggin when he should 'a' been 
a-zaggin. I fear very much that in my few remarks, as 
usual, I will be a-zigging when I should be a-zagging. 



LAWRENCE IN MY DAY 
By Judge 0. T. Williams, 72 

In 1867 the attendance was about two hundred fifty, 
girls and boys, about two-thirds of whom were boys, young 
men, as I recall the proportion of seats occupied by each 
respectively, in regular chapel exercises, held twice a day, 
five days in each week, where roll was called, and once on 
Saturday. 

The "Faculty" usually attended those and changed about 
for conducting service, although the dear old Prexy — George 
M. Steele — was the regular stand-by, and a good one he 
was, too; large enough to reach to a fellow, and wholesome 
enough- to want to hold on to afterwards. He never forgot 
that he had been a boy or rather he never grew old. He had 
a dry humor, and a fund of good stories. 

Professor Foye's conduct of chapel exercises was the 
"soul of wit" according to the definition, "brevity is the 
soul of wit." His reading of scripture and his prayers were 
never more than "three fingers" deep, figured as we used 
to, a load in our old muzzle-loading shot gun; and we 



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never "kicked," but went to our rooms or a game of "base- 
ball in waiting with a hearty but short "Amen!" (all 
inside.) 

Professor Jones, (whose Adam's Apple was never quite 
adjusted to his collar so that it did not tickle or gall his 
collar,) always wore an overcoat, curly hair, and a steady 
devout countenance; in walking to or from the Bible stand 
to pray or make any announcements, as to Greek accusatives, 
or Latin idioms. Yet he smiled in class, and so did we; all 
the fellows, when Lyman J. Nash, led him into an argument 
respecting the construction or translation of some ode in 
Horace. We encouraged them on both sides; realizing 
"tempus fugit" — "all the while," as Hodd. Williston used 
to say. 

John and Henry Faville were numbered among the 
most justly popular fellows in school, as they were good 
all around, both in class and on the campus; in base-ball, 
as she was then played; and on the "broad jump," in which 
you can count "yours truly." My room-mate in those early 
days was John Leith, who became County Superintendent 
of schools in Outagamie County and William H. Chynoweth, 
who excelled in the classics; but who never could under- 
stand why a gaping hole in the seat of his best new "trou- 
sers" could not be mended so as to hold, by puckering it 
together with strong black linen thread. But when we got 
sponges under our noses and brooms and sprinklers in our 
hands and sallied forth to sweep the college building (only 
one,) all class and other distinctions vanished. 

John R. and Robert J. Gamble, both of whom afterwards 
went to the U. S. senate, were among the big brothers who 
were there then. John was "valedictorian" (get that word?) 
in my class, and Robert was in my brother's (George L's) 
class. They were quite different, Robert always jolly, for- 
getful of the past and hopeful for the future. John forecast- 
ing the future from having a compendium of history always 
in mind. Later, when we were trying an artesian well 
lawsuit in United States Circuit Court at Sioux Falls, South 
Dakota, with Robert and one of the Tripps attorneys against 



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us, they put four expert witnesses on the stand who swore 
that the height to which water would rise in a pipe depended 
upon the horizontal area of the reservoir, and not upon its 
elevation above the base. But the jury disagreed with them. 

We had very many live wires then, which have not rusted. 
Judge Loren Edwards, C. M. Wheat, who lived in the belfry 
and rang the bell. The Clithero Brothers. The debating 
societies, Phoenix and Philalathean, settled most all con- 
stitutional, governmental and labor and capital questions on 
the forum, at our Friday night sessions which usually closed 
from twelve m. to two a. m.. 

The greatest possible rivalry existed between those so- 
cieties, especially in canvassing for new members. My 
thesis "Commencement oration" was upon the subject "Labor 
and Capital" beginning "Labor and capital are natural 
partners. Each is the complement of the other. Capital 
without labor is unproductive, labor without capital is nu- 
gatory." 

Time fails me to tell you of — so many! All great or 
greater in those days at Lawrence. 



TOAST BY FANNY KENNISH EARL, 77 

In looking over the Alumni Record to refresh my memory 
as to names and dates, I discovered that I was asked to pre- 
pare a brief outline of "Lawrence in the Seventies" for that 
publication. I do not know that I can say much more or 
anything materially different at this time. If I had not hap- 
pened to have discovered it I should probably have uncon- 
sciously repeated myself, for, although the intervening years 
have brought me a great sorrow, and a great joy, my 
relationship to Lawrence remains the same. 

It was in the fall of 1872 that I first came to Lawrence, 
fresh from a district school. Although the college and its 
surroundings may have seemed shabby and restricted to 
more sophisticated people, to me it was the open door to a 
new and very wonderful life. I was a student of the college 



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for the ensuing five years, and later returned for a two 
years' residence. After the graduation of my sister Clara 
in 1881 my visits to Appleton have been neither many or 
long, so, of college life in the Eighties I have little personal 
knowledge. 

I believe, however, that the material changes which have 
so greatly enlarged and improved Lawrence began at a later 
date — really when Dr. Plantz assumed the Presidency — and 
the conditions in the Eighties' were much the same as those 
of the Seventies. 

The one building — known now as Main Hall — was the sole 
architectural equipment. Of the library — from which we 
were permitted to each draw two books once a week — we 
as under classmen, at least, never saw the inside, except thru 
the book delivery window. Many of the boys and girls were 
helping to pay their way by outside work of one sort or 
another. Life was simple and democratic, and yet, I fancy, 
these two decades will compare favorably with any later 
ones for genuine hard work, for character building, and pre- 
paration for service. 

I have made a hasty summary of the stuuents of that 
period, probably only approximately correct, but which give 
a general idea of the activities of the students of that period. 

Lawrence graduated between 1870 and 1890 two hundred 
anl forty one students, of whom seventy-five were women. 
About twenty-eight per cent of the men entered the ministry. 
One has only to look over the list to note the loss to Christian 
service, especially in Wisconsin, if these men had not found 
their way to Lawrence. Twenty per cent practiced law, and 
have been an honor to that profession which has attracted 
so many men of note. One if these had a long and honor- 
able career in the U. S. Senate. About twelve per cent 
found their work in the science of medicine and the art of 
healing, and about the same number entered some Tine of 
business life, where all achieved respectable and a few re- 
markable success. Educational work, partly in high schools 
and normals, partly in colleges, has claimed about the same 



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percentage, and of these so engaged three have become col- 
lege presidents. A smaller number have been attracted to 
scientific studies, to practical engineering, to agriculture, 
and one is registered as a portraitpainter. Evidently, the 
atmosphere of the Seventies and Eighties was not too heav- 
ily charged with scientific and esthetic ozone, but there does 
not appear to be any who failed to fill a useful place in the 
world's economy. 

Of the seventy-five women who were graduated during 
those twenty years, a large proportion served for some years 
in educational work; of these the greater portion, however, 
soon abandoned professional for domestic life. Sixty-three 
out of seventy-five show that whatever later statistics may 
show of a conflict between matrimony and the college edu- 
cation, it did not apply to Lawrence of that period. Of the 
twelve who were unmarried, three died in early womanhood, 
and two of these were betrothed at the time of their death. 
Four chose educational work as a life-long profession and 
attained unusual success in that line. One is your well- 
known and genial librarian of Lawrence. The few remaining 
have not signified the manner in which they have marked 
the passing years. 

Of the home-makers and keepers a very respectable num- 
ber have achieved success in the various lines of literature, 
art, music and civic and other public work in addition to 
their domestic duties. A number studied abroad, and I note 
numerous travelers among both men and women. Of the 
women as well as the men we find none who shirked their 
duties or failed to find their places in the world's work. 

Probably few of those who were graduated between thirty 
and fifty years ago could come back to Lawrence and say 
that the dreams of their youth had been fulfilled. Life has 
probably been a very different thing from that they planned 
when they strolled along the romantic shores of the historic 
Fox; but it may nevertheless have been quite as worth while. 
The dreams of youth are mostly occupied with thoughts of 
self, but the memories of age are filled with the thoughts of 



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others. In spite of sorrow, which none of us have escaped; 
of disappointments, which are the portion of all, of thwarted 
ambitions and restricted horizons, I think that most of us 
have found life a pleasant and desirable thing, and with 
faces turned toward the sunset, are concerning ourselves 
with what lies behind the turn of the road with something 
of wonderment and more of anticipation. 

As we come back to a college of wider opportunity and 
broader outlook, I fancy the difference between the then and 
the now will be found more in the material prosperity than in 
the morale of the student body. A diploma from Lawrence, 
then, as now, was a passport to the best things life has to 
offer. Conditions of the last strenuous years have changed 
and unsettled all values of life, in scholastic as well as 
financial and national life, and yet human nature is not 
greatly changed. I smile to myself, sometimes, when I read 
about the terrible flapper of today who bobs her hair, de- 
mands a latch-key and discards her chaperone! I bobbed 
my hair when I was a freshmen, and wore it so during most 
of my college life. In our day we knew nothing of chap- 
erones, unless we surreptitiously read French novels. The 
girls are just getting back to their grand mothers' ways, 
and they weren't so bad. If there is a difference anywhere 
I think it will be found in the mothers rather than in the 
daughters. Our mothers took their maternal duties with 
all seriousness, and they were our invisible chaperones. 
Like the Colonel's lady and Judy O'Grady, the differences 
are only skin deep. Girls are girls the world over, and in 
all periods of time. The spirit of youth is sweet and lovable, 
and its extravagances are all too soon brushed away. We are 
here to tell you of the later generations to make the most of 
your splendid youth, and to learn while it is yet time that 
people do not stop playing because they grow old; they grow 
old because they stop playing. 

With all the marvelous equipment of this marvelous age 
the youth of today need see no limit to his achievement. 



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Listen like Kipling's "Explorer:" 

"Till a voice, as bad as Conscience, rings interminable 

changes 
"On one everlasting whisper, day and night repeated, so, 
" 'Something hidden. Go and find it. Go and look behind 

the Ranges — 
"Something lost behind the Ranges. Lost and waiting 

for you. Go.' " 
Hail and farewell. Some of us will not come back to 
Lawrence again, but we are glad that we came when we did. 
The changes truly touch us with a breath of sadness, but we 
would not have them otherwise. "Change is the immutable 
law of progress. Whatever resists change is dying; what- 
ever does not change is dead." 

LAWRENCE IN MY TIME 

The next toast was delivered by Dr. James Arneil of 
the Class of 1890. 

"Lawrence in My Time" is a very tame title, but Law- 
rence in the days of Bess Wilson and Kate Lummis, has a 
real ring to it, and conjures up an infinite number of inter- 
esting and thrilling episodes, great college events and happy 
days. This was before the enfranchisement of the woman 
voter; however this fact made no difference to these young 
women. They were the dominating personalities; the polit- 
ical bosses of the college; what they said went. They created 
the atmosphere, and developed the college spirit in their 
own individual way. Kate Lummis was the embodiment of 
femininity and intellectuality. Bess Wilson was the Viking, 
or viqueen — the Lydia Pankhurst — possessing a mind teem- 
ing with ideas and wielding a Rooseveltian-Wilsonian Big 
Stick with infinite tact and wonderful effect. Together they 
made an irresistible team. The balance of the school believed 
with Henry Harland that the ready concession of minor 
points is a part of the Grace of Life, and wisely acquiesced. 

The men of my time were all diplomats — they remem- 
bered Bess Wilson's birthday, but forgot her age. 

Whenever I recall certain of the interesting men and 



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women of this period, I realize the truth of Thomas Hardy's 
saying — that persons of any weight of character, carry like 
planets their atmosphere along with them in their orbits. 
The team work of these two Athenas, by contrast, suggests 
the story of the husband and wife, who were eternally quar- 
eling and on the verge of a separation. During one of their 
frequent spats, the wife looked up the street and saw a mag- 
nificent team of heavy draft horses pulling a large load with 
even, regular step, shoulder to shoulder and apparent ease. 
'Too bad, John," said Mary, "that we can't pull together 
like those horses." "Well, maybe we could if there was only 
one tongue between us," said John. 

Our toastmaster confided in me that the reason why I 
was chosen to respond to the toast "Lawrence in My Time" 
was because it took me longer to graduate from Lawrence 
than any other living student, and consequently I ought to 
know a good deal about the old place. This is no joke, as I 
was a promising student at Lawrence from 1883 to 1890. 
None of these years were post graduate years — nor were any 
of them given over to the study of the fair sex, as they were 
with Ed Dixon, Bert Williams and Olin Mead. My hearing 
is acute, and I can hear some one whispering, in the language 
of the modern student, "Seven years, what a dumb-bell he 
must have been." 

You can well imagine the physical and material equip- 
ment of Lawrence thirty to forty years ago. In those lean, 
spare years she was a university — not a modest college as 
she is today. When I first entered Lawrence there was the 
one main building, the same as at the foundation of the in- 
stitution. This building was "a multum in parvo," as it in- 
cluded the administration building, the chapel, the science 
hall, the conservatory of music, the school of languages, 
(dead and alive,) the library, the men's dormitories, the gym- 
nasium and the men's society halls; and say it not in Gath— 
several kitchenettes — where the ambitious farmer boy, living 
on one fifty a week, prepared his own meals. In the present 
plutocratic age when millions are spent by the Rockefellers 
and Carnegies, as well as by the awakened and liberal state 



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legislatures upon the material and physical upbuilding of 
colleges and universities, the Lawrence of 30 to 40 years ago 
would seem a meager, insignificant institution. Today there 
is scarcely a city of any size but what has a high school far 
superior in building and equipment to the Lawrence of the 
eighties. What was lacking in equipment and material pros- 
perity was more than counterbalanced by the character of 
the men who made up her teaching staff and controlled her 
destinies. Lawrence University in my time possessed a fac- 
ulty of dignified, scholarly gentlemen, of the old school, who 
would have created a university out of a log cabin in the wil- 
derness. Bradford Paul Raymond, the little giant, the Mark 
Hopkins of Lawrence, was surrounded by a small group of 
intellectuals whom we students loved, honored and obeyed. 

There was Hiram A. Jones, who I am sure was a personal 
friend of Horace and Cicero. He had discovered the foun- 
tain of youth in the poems and prose of his beloved Latin 
authors. "The wanderings of ^Eneas and the woes of Dido 
charmed instead of tiring him. Livy's 'pictured page,' the 
polished periods of Sallust and Tacitus, and the mighty 
eloquence of Cicero were to him a mine of delight. " 

My memory picture of the lamented Professor Wheeler 
of the Greek Chair, young, intellectual, handsome, resembles 
that of The Athenian gentleman, so delightfully portrayed 
by Stou'ghton Holborn. Were he alive today he would say 
with the peasant in The Elektra, "Tis in such shifts as these 
I care for riches, to make gifts to friends or lead a sick man 
back to health with ease and plenty. Else small aid is 
wealth for daily gladness; once a man be done with hunger, 
rich and poor are both as one." 

Dr. Henry Lummis, our venerable Socrates, Professor 
Underwood, inspiring teacher of mathematics and astronomy, 
Dr. Frank Cramer, the genius of natural sciences, Professor 
Foye, the magician in physics and chemistry, are all names 
we oldsters love to conjure with and boast abo^t. Miss 
Huntington and Miss Everest lent a charming grace and 
femininity to the atmosphere of the college. This group of 
immortals on slender salaries, with small material equip- 



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merit, but filled with a holy zeal, succeeded by the force of 
their personalities, their devotion to duty — their rare ability 
as teachers and the greatness of their souls in creating a 
university with a remarkable atmosphere — with that intan- 
gible something called "college spirit." 

The two memorable college events in my day were, first, 
the advent of Dr. Henry Lummis and his famous family into 
the Lawrence circle. As in Biblical days — the wise men came 
from the east. This family was to occupy a unique posi- 
tion in the life of Lawrence, for a generation. They brought 
the culture and atmosphere of old Boston to the little western 
college town. Most of us profited by the propinquity. They 
weren't Scotch, but they were just as remarkable as the Mac 
Gregors. You will recall Neill's description in The Dominie 
Dismissed of the Mac Gregor Family of "Aberdeen awa' " 
on a sightseeing expedition to London. The Scot followed by 
his five children entered the Ritz Hotel, and sat down in the 
lounge. "Waiter, a bottle o' lemonade and sax tumblers," he 
cried. The waiter was too dumbfounded to do anything but 
bring the liquor. He stood in openmouthed amazement as 
Mac Gregor divided the bottle among the six glasses; but 
when the Scot took a bag of buns from his pocket and pro- 
ceeded to distribute them, the waiter set off blindly to find 
the manager. The manager approached. He tapped the 
Scot on the shoulder, and in a stern voice said: "Excuse me, 
but I'm the manager of this establishment." The Scot looked 
up at him sharply; "Oh, ye're the manager, are ye? Well, 
why the hell the band's no playin'?" 

This Lummis family was unique. No other such brilliant 
constellation of intellectual stars and social favorites was 
ever gathered under the roof of one college. We voluntarily 
handed them first and second honors on a silver platter. 
The only reason why there was a second honor in the family 
was because there were not two first honors. On one occa- 
sion the younger Lummis children were playing at history 
and were reading to some of the neighboring children about 
various races inhabiting Africa. They were very much in- 
terested in the Lilliputians and Laura remarked that brother 



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Harry had said there were several Lilliputians right here in 
Appleton on the Lawrence Faculty. 

The part played by Prof. Lummis as a moulder of the 
character of future citizens of the commonwealth was some- 
thing unusual. He had a quiet dignity and possessed a pro- 
found learning. He controlled his students by the greatness 
of his soul. Their love for him was as a good son for a 
noble father. 

The great tragedy for Lawrence, as it seemed to us at 
the time, was the resignation in 1889 of our wonderful 
president, Bradford Paul Raymond, able administrator, elo- 
quent divine, remarkable teacher. We felt that the univer- 
sity could not endure without him. As a matter of fact it 
did live a precarious existence until the advent of another 
great educator and administrator. A Moses sent by prov- 
idence to lead the school out of the wilderness of uncertainty 
and retrogression. One has but to contemplate the present 
scene with the many new and well adapted buildings, the 
largely increased student body, the amplified curriculum and 
the full measured development of that wonderful, inspiring 
and elevating college spirit of the old days to realize that 
the right man is in the right place. This growth and 
progress are not the simple natural accretion which comes 
with the passing of the years. Other colleges with the same 
opportunities for growth have remained stationary or have 
retrogressed. 

We must give much of the credit to the tremendous 
energy, progressive spirit and high ideals of President 
Plantz. He has recognized with Sir William Osier "the 
disadvantages to a school of having too many men of mature, 
not to say, riper years." Insensibly in the fifth and sixth 
decades, there begins to creep over most of us a change 
noted physically among other ways by the silvering of the 
hair and that lessening of elasticity, which impels a man to 
open, rather than to vault, a five barred gate. It comes to 
all sooner or later; to some it is only too plainly evident, to 
others it comes unconsciously with no pace perceived. And 
with most of us this physical change has its mental equiv- 



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alent, not necessarily accompanied by loss of powers of ap- 
plication or of judgement; on the contrary often the mind 
grows clearer and the memory more retentive, but the change 
is seen in a weakened receptivity and in an inability to 
adapt oneself to an altered intellectual environment. It is 
this loss of mental elasticity that makes men over 40 so slow 
to receive new truths. Harvey complained in his day that 
few men above this critical age seemed able to accept 
the doctrine of the circulation of the blood; and in our time 
it is interesting to note how the theory of the bacterial 
origin of disease has had, as other truths, to grow to accep- 
tance with the generation in which it was announced. The 
only safeguard in the teacher, against this lamentable con- 
dition, is to live in, and with the third decade, in company 
with the younger, more receptive and progressive minds. 
There is no sadder picture than the professor who has out- 
grown his usefulness and the only one unconscious of the 
fact, insists, with a praiseworthy zeal, upon the performance 
of duties, for which the circumstances of the time have ren- 
dered him unfit. When a man, nor wax nor honey, can bring 
home, he should in the interests of an institution, be dissolved 
from the hive , to give more laborers room. However, as my 
memory reverts to the group of grand old men of the Law- 
rence faculty in the late eighties I think of the words of a 
distinguished physician, "there is no more potent antidote 
to the corroding influence of mammon than the presence in 
a community of a body of men devoted to science, living for 
investigation, and caring nothing for the lust of the eyes and 
the pride of life." 

It is a secondary matter whether the endowments are 
great or small, the equipments palatial or humble; the fate 
of an institution rests not on these; the inherent vital ele- 
ments, which transcend all material interests, which may 
give to a school glory and renown in their absence, and 
lacking which, all the pride, pomp and circumstance are 
vain — this vitalizing element, I say, lies in the men who work 
in its halls and in the ideals which they chersh and teach. 
"With influence there is life, without it there is none;" an 



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academical system without the personal influence of teachers 
upon pupils, is an arctic winter; it will create an ice-bound, 
petrified, cast-iron university and nothing else. 

One of the striking features of the college life at Law- 
rence in my day was the presence, and active functioning 
of the four literary societies; Phoenix, Philalathean, Law- 
rean and Athena. These societies were the center of the 
social and literary life of the university. Without them 
college life would have been very stale and dull indeed. They 
furnished the rivalry which is so essential to a lively interest 
in university affairs. Each society tried to excel the other in 
the skill and ability of its debaters, orators and musicians; 
the scholarship and athletic prowess of its members, the 
cleverness of its entertainments. The public and parlia- 
mentary training which future ministers, lawyers and poli- 
ticians received in presiding over meetings; in public debate, 
in impromptu discussion and in declamation, was of inestim- 
able value to them; and I fear is almost entirely lacking in 
the modern fraternity system. The influence, by precept and 
example of the older members on the younger, was a vital 
thing; to be felt throughout life. I might say in passing 
that the men who exerted the greatest influence over many 
of us in our "prep" days, men who were my college ideals, 
were our distinguished toastmaster and his college chum, 
Harry Miles. 

One might spend hours relating interesting anecdotes, 
connected with the lives and activities of such men as Prof. 
Jones and Prof. Foye and Prof. Underwood. As Jim Bon- 
ham was taking leave of Prof. Jones on commencement day, 
1889, he said with tears in his voice, "Professor, I am 
indebted to you for all I know." "Pray do not mention such 
a trifle," was the reply. On another occasion during one of 
the interesting sessions of the senior class in Evidences of 
Christianity, a bright student with radical and very liberal 
views asked Dr. Raymond if it were not a fact that most of 
the troubles in this country were due 'to the three P's; the 
Pulpit, the Press and the Politician. The doctor replied 
that it was a difficult question to answer, but that he was 



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sure that the trouble could not be cured by the three A's; 
the Atheist, the Agitator and the Anarchist. 

When Dr. Jas Reeve was a lad of seven he happened to 
be sitting in his father's reception room when a funeral 
procession passed by. "Father, what is that?" "That," my 
son, "is a mistake in diagnosis." 

The one enduring and endearing bond between the old 
university and the new college is our beloved librarian, Ze- 
lia Anne Smith. God bless her! May she live to be a 
hundred! She is an institution all by herself, and has made 
everyone of us members of her faculty, her devoted 
constituency. 



TOAST BY HERBERT ALLEN SAWYER '09 

Mr. Toastmaster; Ladies and Gentlemen: I do not con- 
sider it unlucky because it is thirteen years this June since 
I graduated from Lawrence College. Quite to the contrary 
it is a great joy and a deep privilege to be present and to 
participate in this, the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of Law- 
rence College. The Toastmaster has asked me to speak for 
that notable decade, the first of the twentieth century, 1900- 
1910, and when I call to mind the renowned members of the 
faculty and the eminent graduates of that period, I am re- 
minded of the man that had but one story for all occasions. 
It was his "gun" story and he was always skillful in finding 
a point of contact that would enable him lo tell his pet and 
only story. But on this particular occasion, try as hard as 
he could, he found no opening for his story. At last in 
desperation resolved to have his part in the round of yarns, 
he brought his foot down on the floor with a resounding crash 
and exploded with the words, "That reminds me of my gun 
story." I am not in that position this evening for when we 
survey together the "Lawrence of Treat and Corkhill, the 
Lawrence of Nuzum and Stevens," it is time alone that 
would compel us to terminate our tribute. 

The Lawrence of 1922 is very different from the Law- 



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rence of 1905-1909. Still I doubt whether the appreciation 
of and love for the college is any stronger today on the part 
of its students than it was for those of that period. True, 
we did not have Brokaw or Peabody Halls or the Memorial 
Chapel; the student body and faculty were about one half 
as large as at present; the social, fraternal, scholastic and 
religious life of the college has found many new ways of ex- 
pressing itself and new organizations in which to function, 
all, in accord with the demands of the age. 

From the class-rooms, where they poured out the treas- 
ures of mind and heart, some of those splendid inspired and 
inspiring souls have passed on, called by a higher power to 
the great University above. We can never forget their 
patience and their devotion to the task of moulding the 
youth that entered their presence from year to year. For in 
retrospect it seems that we derived even more from the spirit 
and life of our teachers than from the accruing of facts and 
the memorization of data. They taught us how to live and 
what to live for. What greater contribution could they 
make? It should not be remarkable that a host of young 
rren and women have left the halls of Lawrence to attain 
worth-while success. If they were true to the teaching and 
the ideals they received here, they could not do otherwise. 
Into all the legitimate professions and arts and trades they 
have entered. They had what the world needed — trained 
minds, warm hearts and the spirit of service. All honor and 
praise to the faculty of our decade who spared not themselves 
that we might carry on the best of the age. 

Lawrence has made marvellous progress during the past 
thirteen years. On every side we see the results of the pur- 
poseful and statesmanlike leadership of our beloved Pres- 
ident, the untiring efforts in behalf of Christian education 
on the part of a consecrated faculty and the whole-hearted 
devotion of a Board of Trustees. If I should speak any word 
of criticism, it would be to the Alumni, who deeply engrossed 
in their own work, sometimes seem indifferent to the debt 
of gratitude they owe their Alma Mater. Probably the 
time will never come when all the actual needs of Lawrence 
will be supplied. The increasing body of Alumni can show 



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their appreciation of their college by their return at class 
reunions and on other occasions, by their subscription to 
th- 'Lawrence Alumnus' and the yearly payment of dues, 
by their gifts to endowment funds and by their constant and 
abiding interest in their Alma Mater. Loyalty to college 
should transcend loyalty to class or fraternity. 

The Yale University Alumni Association has devised a 
plan that in practice has much to commend it. Every class 
is thoroughly organized and an annual free-will offering is 
made through the class organization to the University. The 
names and the amounts and the class totals a^e printed in 
the annual reports. , 

I believe this college has a bright and most useful fu- 
ture before it. One can well doubt if any college in America 
has contributed more to the high moral and spiritual ideals 
and to Christian education in proportion to the gifts en- 
trusted to her, than Lawrence. Through all the years the 
forward looking youth from the great northern empire of 
Wisconsin, have come with bright eyes and thirsty minds, 
and eager, warm hearts to attain that wider outlook and 
that deeper appreciation of God and His world and His 
children. And they have not come in vain. Lawrence stands 
as a part of that mighty force within America making for a 
purer, better and nobler world. John Oxenham asks, "To 
whom shall the world henceforth belong?" and he finds the 
answer in these words: 

To the Great Hearts — the Strong, 

Who will suffer no wrong, 

And where they find evil redress it. 

To the men of Good Fame 

Who everything claim — 

This world and the next — in their Master's great name; 

To these shall the world henceforth belong, 

And they shall go up and possess it; 

Overmuch, overlong, has the world suffered wrong, 

We are here by God's help to redress it. 

May this ever be the spirit and task of Lawrence. 



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From the President's Report for 1921-1922 

To the Trustees: 

There is submitted herewith the Annual Report pre- 
scribed by the By-Laws together with certain recommen- 
dations which are commended to the Trustees and their 
appropriate committees. 

It is a matter of interest that it is seventy-five years ago 
that the first legally constituted Board of Trustees of Law- 
rence College held its first meeting. A charter had been 
secured from the territorial legislature which was approved 
by Henry Dodge, Governor, on January 15, 1847. This char- 
ter contains some interesting features among them being the 
provision that the trustees are empowered to hold and con- 
vey property, providing "always that the annual income shall 
not exceed ten thousand dollars," a striking illustration of 
how men's ideas of higher education have developed in three 
quarters of a century. There is also the provision that the 
Board of Trustees shall hold its first meeting at Fond du 
Lac within six months of the passage of the act. It would be 
very interesting if we had a record of this first meeting of the 
trustees which unfortunately we have not. There is, how- 
ever, an account of a meeting of the Board held about this 
time and written by a daughter of one of the members which 
indicates the personal sacrifice of these noble men in launch- 
ing the new enterprise. She says: "They gathered at my 
father's home in Oshkosh, for my father, S. M. Stone, was 
a preacher in charge of the Winnebago Circuit which em- 
braced the whole county. 

There on the lake shore, in a log parsonage, ten by 
twenty feet were the inside dimensions of the same, those 
noble, self-sacrificing men planned for the institution before 
there was a tree cut in Appleton, and not only planned but 
divided their little store to start the wheel rolling. My 
father at that time gave $100.00 which was a fifth of all 
his earthly possessions, and the rest did likewise." Other 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 179 

statements of the sacrifices of these first trustees have come 
down to us. Thus Rev. Wm. Sampson, presiding elder of the 
district writes in his diary; "In order to carry forward the 
work I found it necessary to dispose of my property in the 
City of Fond du Lac where I owned' a dwelling, two lots and 
thirty acres, also one hundred and twenty acres of timber 
land two miles north of the west side of the lake. As money 
was close I had to sell at a great sacrifice, but risked all, 
reputation and property on the success of Lawrence Univer- 
sity." We also find in the early records, that to secure the 
$10,000 required by Mr. Lawrence, Hon. Mason C. Darling, 
president of the Board of Trustees, mortgaged his property 
for $3,000 and turned it into the treasury of the new 
school. Such heroism and self-sacrifice as was displayed 
by the first trustees of Lawrence could but be seed cast upon 
the waters which would find the return in a great institution 
of learning whose benefits would be shared by thousands of 
youth in the years to come. It was doubtless true that in 
these early years of struggle, the trustees never dreamed of 
what we see today, but it is well for us, their successors, to 
remember their nobility of spirit and realize that we hold 
a sacred trust, a trust consecrated by a devotion and willing- 
ness to sacrifice seldom equalled even in the history of edu- 
cation. If we today had their enthusiasm and self-denial, 
it would not be long before Lawrence would be one of the 
greatest institutions in the land. 

The seventy-five years that have elapsed since the first 
meeting of the Board of Trustees of Lawrence College have 
witnessed the most remarkable changes in education. There 
was not at that time an institution of higher learning in 
the United States that had as large a student attendance, 
as good an equipment, or offered as advanced courses or so 
large a number as does Lawrence today. This leads us at 
this anniversary occasion to wonder what Lawrence will have 
become when seventy- five years more shall roll round. One 
thing is certain; with the growth in population and wealth 
in northern Wisconsin the demands on the institution will 
steadily increase and the college's services to the state and 
nation will multiply many fold. 



180 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

The last year has been a satisfactory and successful one. 
There has been but little sickness in the faculty, and most of 
the new teachers have done a high grade of work. We shall 
have but two changes the coming year but several new 
teachers will be added to take care of the increasing atten- 
dance. Dr. Louis Baker who has been in France the past 
two years, will return as the head of the Modern Language 
department, Dr. Foster who is working in the British Mu- 
seum will again take up her work in September. Miss 
Daisy Ingold who has been an instructor in the Latin depart- 
ment has resigned and Dr. Mary Trowbridge of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois has been employed to take her place. Two of 
our recent graduates have been secured to help in the 
departments of Commerce and of Public Speaking. 

The attendance of students has been the largest in our 
history. Eight hundred and fifty-seven (857) have enrolled 
in the college of Liberal Arts and 493 in the Conser- 
vatory of Music. The Freshman class numbers a few more 
than 390. These students come from sixty-three Wisconsin 
counties, the five largest groups being from Outagamie, 
Racine, Winnebago and Marinette counties. There are stu- 
dents from the following states: Michigan, No. Dakota, 
Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana, Delaware, Idaho, Tenn., Cal- 
ifornia, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Washington, 
South Dakota, Arkansas, Iowa, and of course Wisconsin. 
We also have students from the following foreign countries: 
China, Formosa, Korea, Australia, Burma, Ireland, France, 
Canada, South America, and the Hawaiian Islands. The 
scholastic work of the students has shown improvements 
and we have had fewer dropped because of failures than in 
several years previous. We have been very successful in 
intercollegiate activities. We again won the state champion- 
ship in football, of six intercollegiate debates we won five. 
We won the state contest in oratory, and the eastern divi- 
sional conference consisting of representatives of the col- 
leges in the states between the Mississippi river and the 
Allegheny mountains. We also won the Rhodes scholarship 
and Mr. L. Kevill Larson of the class of '21 will represent 
Wisconsin at Oxford for the next three years. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 181 

We have done an unusual large amount of repairs and 
made some important additions during the year. Needing 
more recitation rooms, we lowered the windows in the base- 
ment of Recitation Hall, cemented the floors and built three 
fine recitation rooms, a large room for the Lawrentian, a 
toilet room for men, a store room, and a carpenter shop. 
This makes a very important addition to our facilities and 
cost about $5,600. We also made some important changes 
at. Brokaw Hall, constructing a suite of rooms for the dean, 
adding three rooms for students, rebuilding the stairways, 
and redecorating the building, the whole costing about $3,000. 
The heating plant was overhauled, thermostat valves placed 
on all the buildings to control the temperature, and auto- 
matic draft regulator installed and other changes made at 
a cost of about $5,500. Russell Sage was painted and 
redecorated both inside and out and this was in part true 
of Ormsby Hall. There have also been important improve- 
ments made on the athletic field. A field house about 45 ft. 
by 20 was erected, provided with dressing rooms, lockers, 
shower baths and waiting room. It is greatly appreciated 
by students participating in field sports. The running track 
has been rebuilt, a fence and additional bleachers erected, 
and other changes made, the cost being $3,000. We have 
spent between $20,000 and $23,000 in these and other 
improvements, not including the adding of a residence called 
the Henbest house to the Conservatory of Music plant. 

There have also been substantial additions made to our 
educational equipment. Dr. Warner of the department of 
physics has employed a student who is an expert mechanic 
to make apparatus for his department. This young man 
has made at an expense for labor and material of about 
$800 what it would cost us $3,000 to purchase of the firms 
which sell these instruments. Moreover, his workmanship 
is as good as that found in the best purchased apparatus. 
There has also been a complete radio outfit added to the 
physics department. Considerable apparatus has been added 
to the other departments of science. A considerable quantity 
of specimens of various kinds has been added to the museum, 
and substantial additions have been added to the library. 



182 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

There is great need of an extension of our plant. We 
should have at once more room for our laboratories, as our 
Science Hall is too small for our present atendance. It 
must either be enlarged, or a new building must be erected 
which will provide for much needed additional recitation 
rooms and take care of some of our science work, say the 
department of Chemistry. We also need a new gymnasium, 
as the present building is outgrown. 

The dormitories have this year been much crowded. We 
have added an additional residence for girls to our dormitory 
accomodations. This gives us two large dormitories and four 
small ones for the young women. We can take- care of 
about 375 persons in these buildings. At the beginning of 
the year every room was taken and quite a number of 
persons Were turned away because of lack of accomodations. 
The small dormitories are not at all popular with the girls. 
We need another dormitory with accomodations for 125 
girls. If it were constructed with many private baths, we 
could get $350 per boarder which would make a fair return 
on the cost of erection. Brokaw Hall, our only home for 
boys, takes care of 135 students. It is altogether too small 
to meet the demand. The past year has witnessed a remark- 
able change at Brokaw, owing to the excellent work of Prof. 
Ingler who has charge of the Hall. He has transformed it 
from considerable of a rough house to an orderly, well be- 
haved community where good work is being done. We 
should have additional dormitory accomodations for men. 

The past year the dormitories have paid about 6 per cent 
on the investment. Our income has been about $128,000, 
and our expenses will be about $102,000. This will leave us 
a profit of approximately $26,000. 

The Conservatory of Music has had a prosperous year 
under the direction of Dean Waterman. The total enrollment 
has been 493. We have had 17 teachers working in the de- 
partment. There have been some very fine musical organi- 
zations developed, two of which deserve special mention. 
The Lawrence Choir is composed of 100 voices and is the 
finest musical organization ever produced within the college. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 183 

The Fullenwider String Quartette is also an exceptionally 
fine organization. The Lawrence Glee club won much praise 
on its annual tour. Owing to the increased attendance, we 
this year used a residence adjoining the Conservatory on 
the east for studio and practice purposes. We very much 
need a new plant for this department and we are trying to 
get the Juillard Foundation to do this for us. The expenses 
cf the conservatory to date have been about $42,945 and its 
income $51,809, leaving a profit of about $9,000. 

The first thing to report upon in relation to our finances 
is the effort we are making to raise $600,000, including the 
$200,000 conditionally subscribed by the General Education 
Board. We have been making a quiet campaign by what 
is called the gum shoe method. Since our meeting a year 
ago we have raised a little more than $80,000. During the 
summer, five of our professors worked for about eight 
weeks, securing about $12,000. We also had the Rev. J. S. 
Lean and the Rev. Enoch Perry in the field for about three 
months each and they secured about $8,000. Last September 
we employed Rev. Samuel Cookson, who graduated last year, 
to canvas the alumni and old students. He has been very 
successful securing subscriptions amounting to more than 
$50,000. Mr. Kevill Larson has been employed in the same 
way since November. We have yet to secure about $25,000 
to meet the condition of the General Education Board, and 
cover the expense of the campaign. We are too near the goal 
to fail. We hope to have this largely pledged by the next meet- 
ing of the trustees. We are required to secure not only $400- 
000, but to raise our indebtedness of $47,000. This was reduced 
to $28,000 in the last report of the treasurer. We believe the 
present year will show a profit of several thousand dollars, 
partially due to the gift of $10,000 this year towards run- 
ning expenses from the General Education Board, and the 
fact that the Carnegie Corporation has paid interest on 
its subscription of $75,000 without waiting for the condition 
to be met. Our surplus together with a couple of bequests 
which have been received will take care of our indebtedness. 
The increase of tuition, the very large attendance, and the 



184 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

gifts for current expenses received, will make this an es- 
pecially successful year financially. 

We have had some bequests this year of interest. Mrs. 
John Edwards bequeathed $2,500 to Lawrence and Judge R. 
D. Marshall, a former student, left a part of his estate to us 
at the death of his wife. One of the executors thinks that 
we shall realize from $125,000 to $150,000 from this gift. 



Some Achievements of Lawrence in 1921-1922 

1. Lawrence won the Rhodes Scholarship for Wisconsin 
to Oxford University in competition with the University of 
Wisconsin, all the other colleges of the state, and representa- 
tives from Wisconsin studying in institutions in other states. 
Mr. Kevill Larson, '20, was the successful candidate. 

2. Lawrence won the state foot-ball championship as it 
did the year previous. 

3. Lawrence won the state Oratorical Contest, Mr. Karl 
Trever, '93, being the successful orator. Mr. Victor Werner 
won the same contest in 1921. 

4. Lawrence was first in the Eastern Divisional Ora- 
torical Contest, including the colleges in Michigan, Ohio, 
Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, and Wisconsin, both this year 
and last year. 

5. Lawrence won five out of six intercollegiate debater 
held last year with colleges in Michigan, Iowa, Nebraska, 
South Dakota, and Colorado. 

6. Lawrence concluded a movement to raise $600,000 for 
endowment purposes, and wiped out an indebtedness of 
$47,000. 

7. The Lawrence choir of one hundred voices won the 
reputation of being the best organization of the kind ever 
developed in the state. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 185 

Lawrence College Organizations 

Honorary and Graduate 
1 Phi Beta Kappa 

2. American Association of University Women 

3. Tau Kappa Alpha (debate and oratory) 

4. Pi Beta Epsilon (journalistic) 

5. Theta Sigma Phi (Woman's journalistic) 

6. The Mace (Senior men) 

7. Theta Alpha (Senior ivomen) 

Non-Sorority Social Organizations 

1. The Athena Literary Society 

2. The Adelpheis 

Musical Sororities 

1. Mu Phi Epsilon 

2. Sigma Alpha Iota 

Fraternities and Sororities 

1. Theta Phi 

2. Beta Sigma Phi 

3. Delta Iota 

4. Sigma Phi Upsilon 

5. Phi Kappa Alpha 

6. Phi Kappa Tau 

7. Delta Sigma Tau 

8. Alpha Delta Pi 

9. Kappa Alpha Theta 

10. Delta Gamma 

11. Alpha Gamma Phi 

12. Phi Mu 

13. Kappa Delta 

14. Epsilon Alpha Phi 

15. Zeta Tau Alpha 

Religious Organizations 
1 Y. M. C. A. 

2. Y. W. C. A. 

3. The Oxford Club 

4. The Student Volunteers 

5. The Square Triangle Club of Social Workers 



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Lawrence Conservatory of Music 

Musical Organizations 

1. Conservatory Orchestra 

2. Symphony Club 

3. Men's Glee Club 

4. Woman's Glee Club 

5. The Lawrence Choir 

6. The String Quartette 

7. The College Band 

8. The Musical Festival 

9. Musical Sororities 

a. Mu Phi Epsilon 

b. Sigma Alpha Iota 

10. Church Choir Organizations 

Lawrence College Clubs 

1. The German Club 

2. The Circle Francais 

3. The Latin Club 

4. The English Club 

5. The Chemistry Club 

6. The Physics Club 

7. The Zoology Club 

8. The "L" Club 

9. The History Club 

10. The Press Club 

11. The Speech Arts Club 

12. The Social Science Club 

13. The Club Espanol 

14. American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Eng'rs. 

15. The International Club 

16. The Blackstonians 



188 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Evidence of Lawrence's High Scholastic Standing 

1. It is in Class A in the classification of colleges by 
the University Senate of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

2. It is a member of the North Central Associatiin of 
Colleges and Secondary Schools. 

3. It is on the accepted list of the General Education 
Board and has three times been given large bequests. 

4. It is on the accepted list of the Carnegie Foundation 
for the Advancement of Teaching. 

5. It is on the list of institutions recommended by the 
Association of American universities to the German univer- 
sities as a first grade college. 

6. It is one of the accepted institutions of the Harmon 
Foundation. 

7. It has been given a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. 

8. It has been given membership in the American Asso- 
ciation of University Women. 

9. All the leading universities accept its credits. 

10. Several of the most prominent honorary college Fra- 
ternities have granted it chapters. 

11. Eminent educational authorities have testified to the 
high quality of its work . 

Lawrence College Debate Record for Past 
Twelve Years 

Fifty debates held with the strongest colleges in eight 
different states, including Albion, Beloit, Cornell, Carleton, 
Nebraska, Wesleyan, Colorado College and others. 

37 debates won; 13 lost. 

22 unanimous decisions against other college teams. 
Only 3 unanimous decisions against Lawrence teams in 
50 debates. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 189 



State Record in Debate 





No. of Debates 


Won 


Lost 


Lawrence vs. Ripon 


8 


8 





Lawrence vs. Carroll 


7 


4 


3 


Lawrence vs. Beloit 


5 


4 


1 




Total 20 


16 


4 



Lawrence College Record in Oratory 

11 state contests, four colleges participating. 
4 firsts, 7 seconds. 

2 firsts in interstate divisional contest, including six 
states. 



Recent Growth of Lawrence College 



Students Teachers Courses Endowment 



Plant 



1886 


237 


10 


60 




$ 83,571 


1891 


322 


11 


60 


$ 69,767 


113,627 


1896 


274 


14 


62 


148,862 


147,112 


1901 


342 


14 


72 


212,167 


232,575 


1906 


429 


26 


137 


390,883 


287,638 


1911 


756 


37 


190 


618,029 


534,581 


1916 


820 


45 


234 


977,960 


731,420 


1922 


1307 


65 


293 


1,650,960 


1,262,688 



190 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Lawrence Outdoor Record 

100 yard dash Merrill, 9.8 sec. 

220 yard dash Vandehei, 23 sec. 

440 yard dash Vandehei, 52.2 sec. 

880 yard dash Vandehei, 1.6 sec. 

1 mile run Vandehei, 4 min., 7 sec. 

2 mile run Jackson, 10 min., 34.6 sec. 

120 yard hurdle Smith, 16 sec. 

220 yard hurdle Smith, 25 sec. 

High jump Sherger, 5ft., 8in. 

Broad jump Houghton, 21 ft., 11.5 in. 

Pole vault Abrahamson, 10 ft., 7 in. 

Hammer throw Beyer, 144 ft., 4 in. 

Shot put Beyer, 40 ft., 4 in. 

Discus Beyer, 119 ft., 5.75 in. 

Lawrence Indoor Record 

25 yard dash Barnes, 3 sec. 

220 yard dash Watson, 26.6 sec. 

440 yard dash Vandehei, 58 sec. 

880 yard dash Clare, 2 min., 15.8 sec. 

1 mile run Vandehei, 4 min., 50.4 sec. 

2 mile run Mac Ginnis, 11 min 0.2 sec. 

25 yard high hurdles Smith, 3.6 sec. 

25 yard low hurdles White, 3.4 sec. 

High jump Sherger, 5 ft., 7 in. 

Broad jump Abrahamson, 20 ft., 1 in. 

Pole vault Adams, 10 ft., 3 in. 

Shot put Beyer, 38 ft., 0.5 in. 

One half mile relay Class of .1918, 1 min., 54 sec. 

Hiltz, Kuehmstead, Peck, Loll. 

State one mile relay .3 min., 42 sec. 

Winn, White, Hinderman, Charm 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 191 

The World War 

There was never a land too distant 

Nor ever a way too wide, 

But some man's mind, insistent, 

Reached out to the other side. 

They cleared the way, these heroes for the march 

of future years: 
The march was civilization — and they were 

its pioneers." 

Our Honored Dead 
"These dead shall not have died in vain." 

Baldwin, John Smith, Parker 

Fiske, Hiram C. Smith, Howard 

Jacobsen, Byron Tippet, Ralph 

Larson, Peter D. Williams, Maitland 

McNeish, Welcome H. Wetmore, Harley 

Moe, Parker Witthuhn, Elmer 

Cited and Decorated 

Beach, Burns Knudson, Roy 

Beveridge, Major Byron Nichols, Lieut. Arthur R. 

Dean, Lieut. Harry C. Schnelier, Col. Frank J. 

Gilbertson, Capt. Leslie C. Tippet, Sergeant Walter 

Konrad, Lieut. Harvey VanOstrand, Lieut. Mortimer 

Faculty Members Who Were in the War 

Custer, John S. McPheeters, William E. 

Evans, Frederick Vance Naylor, Wilson S. 

Weston, Arthur H. 



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ROLL OF HONOR 



Abrahamson, Elmer 
Aebischer, Fred C. 
Ainsworth, Robt. H. 
Albrecht, Karl 
Alexander, Clinton S. 
Allbaugh, Leonard 
Ames, Verne 
Anderson, David 0. 
Anderson, Henry 
Anderson, Arthur 
Arneill, James R. 
Arnold, George M. 
Atkinson, Carroll 
Auld, Irving 
Baird, Parker 
*Baldwin, John 
Bard, William P. 
Barnes, Homer 
Bauman, Rexford 
Beach, Burns 
Beach, Earl 
Bangsberg, Roy 
Beggs, Gerald 
Beier, Walter 
Bennett, Glenn 
Berdan, Walter 
Berg, Wilbur 
Bergstrom, Nathan H. 
Berry, Earl 
Beveridge, Byron 
Blonholm, Herbert W. 
Boase, Chelsey 
Bohlman, Herbert 
Boll, Elmer 
Borden, Leighton 
Bouchard, A. G. 
Braatz, Arthur 0. 
Bradford, Francis S. 
Braun, Arnold 
Bray, Mark 
Bredahl, Raymond 
Brewer, Richard 
Brislow, E. E. 



Brown, Arthur 
Brown, DeForest 
Brown, Walker W. 
Bruce, W. R. 
Buckland, Chester 
Bugher, Charles 
Bullock, Harley 
Bullock, Warren B. 
Bushey, Donald 
Bushey, Gerald 
Butler, Berrill F. 
Butts, Jay 
Campbell, Anson J. 
Campbell, J. C. 
Canwright, Warren R. 
Carey, Orville 
Caroll, Gerald A. 
Carpenter, Ray H. 
Carroll, Glenn 
Carson, Austin J. 
Cass, L. G. 
Chamberlain, Wm. J. 
Cheney, Russell 
Christensen, John 
Christopherson, Arthur 
Colby, Ernest R. 
Cole, Jerome 
Comstock, Byron H. 
Conrad, Bradley 
Corr, W. P. 
Court, John 
Cristy, Kenneth E. 
Curry, Irwin 
Dame, George 
Davis, Arthur D. 
Dawley, C. Rodney 
Day, Charles 
Day, Garfield 
Dean, Harry C. 
Degerstedt, John R. 
Delameter, V. L. 
DeVinney, Fred 
Dickinson, Phil S. 



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Dixon, James 
Donner, Arvin 
Dorau, Herbert 
Dunn, Lawrence 
Dyson, Clarence 
Edmonds, Thorpe L. 
Eiler, Ralph 
Eiler, Walter 
Elliott, John 
Elliott, William 
Ellis, Asher 
Eplett, Emanuel 
Erdman, Toby 
Elsworth, Frank 
Evans, Bryant 
Evert, William 
Ewen, Quirin 
Ewers, Clyde M. 
Fannon, Ralph W. 
Farrand, Herbert W. 
Faville, John, Jr. 
Fawcett, Guy 
Feldsman, Hans 
Fell, Sidney 
Findesien, Carl 
Fisher, H. B. 
*Fisk, H. C. 
Flood, Olaf 
Folley, Walter 
Foote, Frank M. 
Ford, Fred W. 
Foster, Leighton G. 
Francis, Hugh 
Fredericks, Arthur 
Gelling, T. J. 
Gerhardt, Oscar 
Gerritts, Martin J. 
Gilbertson, Lester C. 
Gilmore, Harold 
Gilmour, Robert 
Gochnauer, Barrett 
Goelser, Earl 
Green, Raymond 
Griffin, Lee 
Groff, Kenelm 
Hackett, D. B. 
Hackett, Lyle 
Hackworthy, Clement 



Hagen, Earl 
Hague, C. W. 
Hallenbeck, Vernon 
Hambrook, R. W. 
Hannon, Ralph S. 
Hanson, Harold E. 
Hardy, Charles 
Hardy, Richard 
Harker, Jay 
Harness, Robert 
Hartlett, Chester 
Hastings, H. L. 
Hazen, Oakley W. 
Heilig, Herbert T. 
Hensel, Arthur 
Hepler, Harold 
Herbst, Roy 
Herold, Elmer 
Hilker, Ralph 
Hinton, George W. 
Hodgeson, Herbert E. 
Hoenie\ Fred 
Hoernke, Frank G. 
Hogan, Daniel 
Holtz, Harold 
Hooley, Henry 
Hooper, George H. 
Houghtaling, Jewels 
Hughes, Clarence 
Hunt, Marion 
Hunting, Clyde 
Hunting, Earl 
Hunting, Walter 
Hupe, Roy 
Huth, Gorest 
Ingold, Ernest 
Ingold, Vivian H. J. 
Irish, Foster W. 
Jackson, Kenneth 
Jackson, Joseph W. 
*Jacobson, Byron 
Jochinsion, John P. 
Johnson, Adolph 
Johnston, Alden M. 
Johnson, A. C. 
Jones, Harrist 
Jones, Lawrence 
Julian, Delvan 



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Kaumheimer, Milton 
Kendall, Rev. John R. 
Kieren, Frank 
King, Carroll 
King, F. V. 
Kitto, Claude 
Klein, Mike 
Kleist, A. G. 
Knudson, Roy 
Koch, Gerald 
Koehn, George L. 
Konrad, Harvey 
Kornreich, Eugene 
Krause, Arlington 
Kreuger, Leonard 
Krueger, Raymond 
Kull, Purvis B. 
La Chance, Raymond 
Lange, D. B. 
LaRicheau, Charles 
*Larsen, Peter D. 
Larsen, Warren S. 
Larson, Kevill 
Lawson, Donald W. 
Lawson, Kenneth F. 
Lean, Merton 
Lee, A. 

Learned, Lawrence 
Lehner, Otto 
Leutsker, Roy 
Lewis, Stephen 
Lieberman, Lloyd 
Lindley, Phil 
Little, Arthur W. 
Little, Bonn ell 
Lloyd, Peter 
Lounsbury, Ira 
Lowe, Worthie I. 
Lowry, Howard 
Luce, Harold 
Ludwig, C. A. 
Luecker, Elmer 
MacFarlane, Dudley 
Maelnnis, Earl 
MacRae, Donald 
Marks, Charles 
Marks, Gordon 



Marks, Will 
Markham, W. B. 
Marston, James H. 
Martin, Henry 
Martin, Leslie J. 
Martin, Wallace B. 
Martelle, Wilbur 
Martelle, Nerville 
Mason, Harry 
McBain, Everett 
McCandless, Vivian 
McCarthy, Joseph 
McCourt, Earl 
McCourt, George 
McCrory, James 
McDowell, Donald 
McGuire, Edward J. 
McElrov, Merton 
McGonegal, C. F. 
McGillis, C. J. 
Mcllroy, Glenn 
McKee, Carl 
McKee, Robt F. 
McKinnon, Herbert 
McLennon, Robert 
MeNaughton, Robert 
*McNeish, Welcome 
McRae, Wendell 
McRae, William 
Meinecke, Frank 
Meloney, Ralph 
Metcalk, C. W. 
Meuli, William 
Michelson, Roland 
Mihelchick, Peter 
Millard, A. W. 
Miller, Earl 
Miller, A. C. 
Miller, Roland 
Mitchell, Clarence 
Mitchell, Matthew 
Mitchell, Rexford 
Mitchell, White 
Mix, Chase F. 
*Moe, Parker 
Monat, William S. 
Mouat, Stewart 



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Moody, John L. 
Morse, Ernest A. 
Moss, C. H. 
Moyle, Thomas 
Mueller, W. E. 
Mundhenke, Herbert 
Murphy, W. E. 
Murrison, Miller 
Muscavitch, Norman 
Narse, Henry 
Nash, Francis 
Nichols, Wellington 
Nicolls, Arthur R. 
Nigh, Grant 
Nixon, George 
North, J. H. 
Novak, Joseph 
Nuss, George 
Nuzum, John 
Nye, Leland 
O'Keefe, Gene 
Olsson, Carl 
Orbison, Thomas 
Otto, C. W. 
Otto, Gerald 
Ozaune, A. E. 
Pagenkopf, Henry 
Parmenter, R. E. 
Passmore, Dempster 
Patterson, A. C. 
Patterson, Richard 
Peck, George B. 
Peck, Harold 
Peck, Herbert M. 
Peterson, Arthur 
Peterson, L. W. 
Peterson, Raymond 
Phelps, Clyde 
Phillips, Tifford 
Pindle, Arthur 
Pond, Charles 
Pond, Stewart 
Pottinger, Earl 
Poundstone, George 
Poppe, Fred 
Preston, Dan 
Quayle, Clayton 
Radford, Charles F. 



Ralston, William A. 
Ramsdell, G. A. 
Reade, Carleton W. 
Reeve, Willard 
Rector, Clayton 
Reinke, Louis A. 
Retza, William 
Reynolds, Neal 
Rice, Harry 
Richardson, R. W. 
Richter, Joseph 
Riner, Paul 
Rintelman. Llewellyn 
Ritter, Herman 
Roach, Gordon 
Roberts, Chester 
Roemer, John H. 
Roemer, Matt 
Roels, Wesley 
Rogers, Robert F. 
Rogers, Emory 
Ronnerbeg, Conrad 
Runquist, Hjalmar 
Saecker, Carleton E. 
Saecker, Austin 
Saiberlich, Erwin 
Sauer, E. H. 
Sampson, Roy 
Sampson, W. C. 
Schacht, Roland 
Schaub, Reginald 
Schneider, Andrew 
Schneider, Frank 
Schneider, Robert 
Schaal, Eugene 
Scott, Beecher 
Schneider, Frank 
Schultz, Edward 
Schuessler, Arthur 
Schwalbach, Walter 
Searles, H. Rex 
Sherger, Elmer 
Sims, James 
Sherman, Harold 
Shipman, Osbert 
Sias, Benjamin C. 
Smith, Don D. 
Smith, Douglas 



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Smith, Herman 
* Smith, Howard 
Smith, Norman 
Smith, Frederick H. 
Smith, Robert J. 
Solliday, A. L. 
Stanton, Del T. 
Star-key, Earl F. 
Steninger, George E. 
Steele, Fred 
Stone, E. P. 
Stowe, Carold 
Stimpson, Fred 
Stuhlfauth, John 
Suby, John 
Swann, Elmer 
Swann, James 
Swendson, James J. 
Sylvester, Harry 
Taylor, W. S., Jr. 
Tippet, Earl 
*Tippet, Ralph 
Tippet, Walter 
Town, G. M. 
Touton, Forest C. 
Thomas, W. E. 
Thompson, Alden 
Thompson, Col. H. 
Torrey, Don 
Trentlage, Otto 
Trezise, Arthur 
Tucker, Lawrence H. 
Turner, Roland 
Umbreit, Myron 
Utley, Maxwell 
Van Drisen, Earl 
Van Dyke, Henry B. 
Van Ostrand, A. M. 
Van Ostrand, Dexter C. 
Van Valin, Oliver J. 
Velte, Wallace 
Verity, George 
Vincent, Arthur 
Vincent, Paul 
Voight, Raymond 
Volk, Marcus 
Waderwitz, William 
Wallis, Harry G. 
Wallschleager, Arno 
Walterbach, Erwin H. 



Waterpool, William 
Watkins, Elmer L. 
Watson, E. E. 
Watson, E. G. 
Watson, Lloyd 
Webster, Lyle E. 
Wedin, George B. 
Weed, Harry 
Wentworth, Howard 
W T entz, Ivan 
Westcott, Ralph R. 
Westcott, William S. 
West, Lester 
*Wetmore, Harley 
Wettergren, Stanley 
Wharfield, Harold B. 
Wharton, Grant 
Whedin, V. B. 
Whitmore, Lester 
Wilcox, Charles 
Wiley, Robert 
Wilford, Lloyd 
Willard, Harold 
Wilkinson, J. B. 
Wilkinson, Russell 
Willett, A. D. 
Williams, Clement 
Williams, Frank 
Williams, George 
*Williams, Maitland 
Williams, Paul L. 
Williams, Stewart S. 
Williams, Walter 
Wills, Wallace 
Wilson, George W. 
Winner, Paul 
Winton, E. Ward 
Wittman, Arthur 
*Witthuhn, Elmer 
Witthuhn, Irwin 
Wolfe, Leigh 
Wood, George 
Woodworth, Spencer 
Wright, Allen 
Wright, W. M. 
Younger, George 
Youtz, Merrill 
Zekind, Elliott 

*Died in Service- 



NOTE: This is not a complete record. Send additional names, if known, to college office. 



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FACULTY OF LAWRENCE COLLEGE 

Rev. W. H. Sampson, 1849-1858 

Principal, 1850-1853. 
Mental Philosophy, Moral Science, and 

Belles Lettres, 1849-1853. 
Mathematics and Prep. English, 1853-1857. 

Romulus 0. Kellogg, 1849-1854 

Ancient Languages and German. 
Librarian, 1851-1854. 

James M. Phinney, 1849-1853; 1866-1867 

Mathematics and Natural Sciences, 1849-1853. 
Philosophy and History, 1866-1867. 

Miss Emeline Crocker, 1849-1851 

Preceptress. 
Music, Drawing, and Painting. 

Miss L. Amelia Dayton, 1849-1850; 1853-1855 

Preceptress, 1853-1855. 
Modern Languages. 

Rev. Jabez Brooks, 1850-1851 

Greek. 

Miss Watson, 1851-1853 

Preceptress. 
Botany and Astronomy. 

Rev. Edward Cooke, 1853-1859 

President. 
Moral and Intellectual Science. 

Miss Jane I. Adams, 1853-1854 

Music. 

Miss Lucy D. Weston, 1853-1855 

Primary and Common English. 



198 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Rev. Nelson E. Cobleigh, 1854-1858 

Greek and Hebrew Languages and Literature. 
Librarian, 1854-1858. 

Rev. Russell Z. Mason, 1854-1865 

President, 1859-1865. 
Mathematics and Physics, 1854-1857. 
Chemistry and Physics, 1857-1861. 
Ethics and Civil Polity, 1861-1865. 

Hiram A. Jones, 1854-1898 

Greek and Latin, 1854-1898. 
Librarian, 1864-1874. 

Miss Amanda M. Crandall, 1854-1858 

Instrumental Music. 

Miss Louisa D. Rockwood, 1854-1855 

Instrumental Music. 

Miss Francena M. Kellogg, 1854-1855 

English. 

William H. Gill, 1854-1856; 1857-1858 

English, 1854-1856. 
Mathematics, 1857-1858. 

Mrs. Electa A. Blair, 1855-1858 

French and Ornamental Branches. 

Miss M. Adelaide Curtis, 1855-1856 

Modern Languages and Music. 

Miss Lydia A. A. Smith, 1855-1857 

Preparatory Studies. 

Miss Mary A. Sill, 1855-1856 

Peparatory Studies. 

Rev. Franklin 0. Blair, 1856-1858 

Principal of Academy. 
Assistant in Moral and Intellectual Science. 

M. Mayer, 1856-1857 

Modern Languages, Literature. 



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S. Newell Griffith, 1856-1857; 1861-1864 

Preparatory Studies, 1856-1857. 
Mathematics and Civil Engineering, 1861-1864. 

Nathan Paine, 1856-1858 

Commercial Department. 

Miss Sarah A. Henry, 1856-1857 

English. 

Henry Colman, 1857-1858 

Classical Tutor. 

J. Fletcher Brownell, 1857-1859 

Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

Henry Pomeroy, 1858-1864 

Mathematics and Civil Engineering. 

Rev. L. L. Knox, 1858-1864 

Ancient Languages and Literature. 
Librarian. 

Orville W. Powers, 1858-1860 

Normal Instruction and English Literature. 

Miss Mary Hastings, 1858-1860 

Preceptress. 
French and Ornamental Branches. 

Miss Hattie E. Frost, 1858-1859 

Mathematics and English. 

Ernest F. Pletschke, 1858-1861 

Modern Languages and Drawing 

Miss M. J. Northrup, 1859-1860 

Vocal and Instrumental Music 

Miss Josephine E. Cooke, 1860-1861 

Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

Miss Mary A. Phinney, 1860-1861 

English. 

S. L. Fuller, M. D., 1861-1862 

Physiology. 



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Mrs. R. C. Newman Knox, 1861-1863 

Preceptress. 
German and French. 

Miss Emily M. Talmadge, 1861-1863 

English. 

Miss Fanny Grignon, 1861-1862 

Instrumental Music. 

Myron Tompkins, M. D., 1862-1864 

Physiology and Anatomy. 

Leander A. Fuller, 1862-1863 

Elocution. 

Miss Nellie Metcalf, 1862-1864 

Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

W. H. H. Himebaugh, 1862-1863 

Assistant in Mathematics. 

Rev. Samuel Fallows, 1863-1865 

Natural Science and Physics. 

Julius F. Kellogg, 1863-1868 

Normal Instruction, 1863-1864. 
Mathematics and Civil Engineering, 1864-1868. 

Miss Cordelia Sherman, 1863-1864 

Preceptress. 
French and German. 

Miss Abby Mills, 1863 1864 

Drawing and Painting. 

Rev. F. B. Palmer, 1864-1865 

Normal Instruction. 

Mrs. L. R. Beach, 1864-1865 

Preceptress. 
French and German. 

Mrs. Addie L. Haynes, 1864-1865 

English. 

Mrs. Lizzie Q. Kellogg, 1864-1867 

Painting and Drawing. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 201 

Miss Fannie Spaulding, 1864-1865 

Instrumental Music. 

Rev. George M. Steele, 1865-1879 

President. 
Ethics and Civil Polity. 

John E. Davies, 1865-1867 

Natural Sciences and Physics. 

Rev. J. P. Lee, 1865-1866 

Normal Instruction. 

Miss Harriet 0. Knox, 1865-1868 

Preceptress. 
French and English Literature. 

Mrs. L. H. Lee, 1865-1866 

Instrumental Music. 

George A. Cowan, 1866-1867 

Instrumental Music. 

Rev. C. N. Stowers, 1867-1869 

Mathematics. 

James C. Foye, 1867-1893 

Chemistry and Physics. 

Albert Schindelmeisser, 1867-1870 

Modern Languages and Music. 

Miss Sarah E. Pierce, ..1867-170 

Painting and Drawing. 

Mrs. Emily M. Jones, 1868-1869 

English. 

Homer L. Grant, 1868-1870 

Commercial Department. 

Rev. W. F. Yocum, 1869-1876 

Mathematics, 1869-1876. 
Librarian, 1874-1876. 

Miss Emma L. Knowles, 1869-1870 

Preceptress. 
English Literature and Language. 



202 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Margaret J. Evans, 1870-1874 

Preceptress. 
Latin and German. 

Louise M. Hodgkins, 1870-1876 

Preceptress, 1874-1876. 
French and English Literature. 

Salina A. Clark, 1870-1886 

Drawing and Painting. 

Sarah H. Yocum, 1870-1872 

Instrumental Music. 

Edward G. Hursh, 1870-1872 

Commercial Department. 

James H. Worman, 1872-1877 

Modern History and Languages. 

Oliver P. DeLand, 1872-1876; 1884-1901 

Commercial Department. 

Annie C. White, 1872-1873 

Preparatory Studies. 

Sarah S. Fitch, 1872-1873; 1876-1880 

Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

Helen F. Smith, 1873-1874 

Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

Eva H. Farlin, 1873-1876 

Preparatory Department. 

Deforest M. Hyde, ' 1874-1878 

Mathematics and Civil Engineering. 

T Martin Towne, 1874-1876 

Music. 

Harriet A. Conant, 1874-1875 

Latin and English. 

Rev. Wesley C. Sawyer, 1875-1882 

Philosophy and Rhetoric. 
Librarian, 1876-1882. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 203 

Mary E. Harriman, 1876-1877 

Preceptress. 
French and Latin. 

Ophelia Forward, 1877-1880 

Preceptress. 
French and Latin. 

Herbert B. Perkins, 1878-1883 

Mathematics and Astronomy. 

Rev. Edwin D. Huntley, 1879-1883 

President. 
Ethics and Civil Polity. 

N. M. Wheeler, 1879-1385 

Greek. 

Clara B. Wheeler, 1879-1880 

History and English Literature. 

Minnie J. Holdredge, 1879-1880 

Elocution. 

Charles A. Perkins, 1880-1S81 

Mathematics and Astronomy. 

Angie V. Warren, 1880-1883 

Preceptress. 
French and History. 

Jessie Dewey, 1880-1881 

Music. 

Anna E. R. Kunkle, 1880-1882 

Elocution. 

Ellen F. Hunt, 1881-1883 

Mathematics. 
Librarian, 1882-1883. 

Mrs. A. L. Williams, 1881-1883 

Instrumental Music. 

Walter B. Kellogg, 1881-1882 

Latin. 



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Lizzie A. Richmond, 


1881-1882 


Vocal Music. 




Rev. Bradford P. Raymond, 


1883-1889 


President. 




Ethics and Civil Polity. 




Grace M. Huntington, 


1883-1886 


Preceptress. 




Modern Languages. 




Jennie L. Smith, 


1883-1885 


English. 




Alexander M. Zenier, 


1883-1885 


Music. 




Zelia A. Smith, 


1883- 


Librarian. 




Kate A. Everest, 


1884-1890 


Preceptress. 




Greek and English. 




Rev. John Dickinson, 


1885-1886 


History and English Literature. 




Rev. Henry Lummis, 


1885-1905 


Greek and History. 




Jessie F. Nivison, 


1887-1891 


Preceptress, 1890-1891. 




English 




John Silvester, 


1885-1910 


Music. 




Mrs. Ella M. Bottensek, 


1886-1913 


Painting and Drawing. 




Mrs. Z. DeL. Steele, 


1886-1887 


Painting and Drawing. 




Frank Cramer, 


1886-1891 


Natural History and Geology. 




L. W. Underwood, 


1886-1894 


Mathematics and Astronomy. 





LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 205 



Rev. Charles W. Gallagher, 


1889-1893 


President. 




Ethics and Civil Polity. 




Jennie E. Woodhead, 


1890-1893 


German and History. 




Thomas E. Will, 


1891-1893 


History and Political Science. 




Eliza J. Perley, 


1891-1893 


Preceptress. 




French and English Literature 




D. P. Nicholson, 


1891-1907 


Natural History and Geology. 




E. D. Shepard, 


1893-1894 


Chemistry and Physics. 




Harriet E. Hammond, 


1893-1896 


Preceptress. 




German and French. 




Jerome H. Raymond, 


1893-1894 


History and Political Science. 




Rev. Samuel Plantz, 


1894- 


President. 




Ethics and Christian Evidences. 




Elizabeth Wilson, 


1894-1900 


English and Elocution. 




Mrs. K. Shepard, 


1893-1894 


English Literature. 




Mrs. J. B. Lummis, 


1893-1894 


Rhetoric. 




Mrs. Kate Miller Binder, 


1894-1895 


Preparatory Department. 




G. B. Merriman, 


1894-1896 


Mathematics and Director of Observatory. 




Charles W. Treat, (Emeritus 1918) 


1894-1918 



Chemistry and Physics. 



206 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Charles O. Merica, 1894-1897; 1904-1906 

History and Political Science. 
Sociology and Elementary Law, 1904. 

James 0. Green, 1894-1897 

Military Science. 

Fannie B. Coates, 1894-1895 

Elocution and Physical Culture. 

Rabbi E. Gerechter, (Emeritus 1913) 1894-1918 

Hebrew and German. 

Joseph Hassmann, 1894-1897 

Violin. 

H. W. Harper, 1894-1896 

Mandolin and Banjo. 

A. J. Wilbor, 1895-1896 

Biology. 

Sara H. Parkes-Treat, 1895-1898; 1909-1916 

Elocution and Physical Culture. 

Harry Heard, 1895-1901 

Vocal Music. 

Frank G. Dana, 1895-1897 

Brass Instruments. 

Frank E. Mills, 1896-1900 

Mathematics and Director of Observatory. 

Cora Crowe, 1896-1897; 1900-1901 

English and Sciences. 

Mabel Eddy, 1896-1902; 1909-1921 

Preceptress. 
German and French. 

Freeman A. Havighorst, 1897-1905; 1907-1909 

History and Political Science. 

Capt. A. M. Fuller, 1897-1900 

Military Science. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 207 

Olin A. Mead, 1897-1898; 1899-1900; 1904- 

Mathematics and Registrar. 



P. A. Laffey, 




1897-1900 


Violin. 






Anton Fisher, 




1897-1898 


Brass Instruments. 






E. D. Wright, 




1898-1919 


Latin. 






Katherine Graham, 




1898-1899 


Elocution and Physical 


Culture. 




Winifred Weter, 




1898-1899 


English Literature. 






Ada Sprackling, 




1899-1900 


Elocution and Physical 


Culture. 




Edward J. Filbey, 


1899-1901; 


1903-1904 


Latin. 






Perry W. Jenkins, 




1900-1905 


Mathematics and Director of Observatory. 




Alma Blount, 




1900-1901 


English Literature. 






Mae Peterson, 




1900-1901 


Elocution and Physical 


Culture. 




Charles Brunover, 




1900-1904 


String Instruments. 






L. A. Youtz, 




1901- 


Chemistry. 






J. H. Farley, 




1901- 


Philosophy. 






N. D. Harris, 




1901-1906 


History. 






Helen Wilder, 




1901-1902 


English Literature. 







208 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Laura Lee, 1901-1903 

Elocution and Physical Culture. 

F. H. Brigham, 1901-1902 

Physical Director. 

W. W. Williams, 1901-1905 

Director of School of Commerce. 

John W. Dodge, 1901-1903 

Vocal Music. 

Mrs. John Dodge, 1901-1903 

Violin. 

E. S. Merrill, 1902-1903 

Physical Director. 

Caroline E. DeGreene, 1902-1907 

Preceptress. 
German and French. 

Emma K. Corkhill, 1902-1913 

English Literature. 

W. J. Brinckley, 1903-1910 

Biology. 

W. E. Allen, 1903-1904 

Physical Director. 

J. G. Rosebush, 1903-1912 

Economics and Political Science. 

Harriet R. Going, 1903-1906 

Languages and Delsarte. 

W. O. Clure, 1903-1906 

Director of School of Expression. 

T. E. Ashton, 1903-1906 

Vocal Music. 

S. B. Prowell, 1903-1904 

Violin. 

J. C. Lymer, 1904- 

Mathematics and Director of Observatory. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 209 



Wilson S. Naylor, 1904- 

Biblical Literature. 

John P. Koehler, 1904-1906 

German Director of Physical Education. 

Georgia M. Shattuck, 1904-1905 

Public Speaking. 

Robert W. Nickerson, 1904-1909 

Commercial Studies and Director of School 
of Commerce. 

A. M. Maeder, 1904-1906 

Violin. 

Emma Scheffler, 1905-1906 

Director of Physical Education for Women. 
Commercial. 

Albert A. Trever, 1905- 

Greek History. 

Myrtle A. Ball, 1905-1906 

Latin. 

Charles C. Gumm, 1905-1906 

Literature. 

Carl C. Wallace, 1905-1906 

History. 

May Esther Carter, 1905-1914 

Literature. 
Dean of Women. 

John S. Garns, 1905-1914 

Public Speaking. 

Dean of School of Expression. 

Margaret L. Bailey, 1906-1909 

German and English. 
Director of Physical Education for Women. 

Carl Christophelmeier, 1906-1907 

History. 



210 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Emily H. Greenman, 1906-1909 

French and Latin. 

Eliot V. Graves, 1906-1909 

Director of Physical Education and Athletics. 

Myrtle Hart, 1906-1908 

Latin. 

Katherine Buckland, 1906-1907 

English. 

T. Dillwyn Thomas, 1906-1907 

Director of Conservatory of Music. 
Voice. 

Clarence E. Shephard, 1906-1907 

Pianoforte and Organ. 

Mrs. Harriet Albee, 1906-1909 

Violin. 

Marion Beatty, 1905-1907 

Mandolin and Guitar. 

Margaret B. Winslow, 1907-1908 

Rhetoric. 

Dudley L. Smith, 1907-1909 

Director of Conservatory of Music. 
Organ. 

William Harper, 1907-1913 

Dean of Conservatory of Music. 
Voice. 

Adam Buell, 1907-1909 

Pianoforte. 

Otho P. Fairfield, 1908- 

Rhetoric and Art. 

John G. Vaughan, 1908-1921 

Comparative Religion. 
Missions. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 211 

Raymond M. Deming, 1908-1911 

Engineering. 

Earl R. Scheffel, 1908-1911 

Geology and Minerology. 

Roy E. Curtis, 1908-1909 

Economics. 

Mrs. Josephine Retz-Garns, 1908-1914 

Expression and Harmonic Gymnastics. 

Katherine Reeve, 1908-1909 

Voice. 

Winifred Bright, 1908-1912 

Pianoforte. 

Mildred Faville, 1908-1910 

Public School Methods. 

Aimee Baker, 1908- 

Drawing. 

Mrs. Lydia Dunn, 1908-1910 

Voice. 

Mamie E. Nelson, 1908-1910 

Pianoforte. 

James M. Wright, 1909-1910 

History. 

Frederick G. Ruff, 1909-1914 

German. 

Mark S. Catlin, 1909-1918 

Director of Athletics. 

Joseph J. Davis, 1909-1910 

Physical Education and Hygiene. 

Nina 0. Hall, 1909-1910 

Expression. 

Edgar A. Brazelton, 1909-1913 

Pianoforte and Harmony. 



212 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



Willy L. Jaffe, 


1909-1911 


Violin. 




Mrs. Edgar A. Brazelton, 


1909-1913 


Pianoforte. 




Charles J. Bushnell, 


1910-1913 


Sociology and Politics. 




David R. Moore, 


1910-1913 


History. 




Lester B. Rogers, 


1911-1920 


Education. 




Nathalie B. Souther, 1910-1911; 


1914-1916 


Chemistry. 




Hubert E. Zilisch, 


1910-1912 


Physical Education. 




F. Wesley Orr, 


1910- 


Dramatic Art and Forensics. 




Pearl E. Simpson, 


1910-1912 


Platform Reading. 




Elsie E. Webb, 


1910-1911 


Voice. 




Arthur H. Arneke, 


1910-1915 


Organ, Pianoforte and Harmony. 




Carl J. Waterman, 


1910- 


Voice and Public School Methods. 




Lera M. Thackeray, 


1910-1913 


Pianoforte. 




M. Lyle Spencer, 


1911-1920 


English Language. 




Rollin C. Mullenix, 


1911- 


Biology. 




Rufus M. Bagg, 


1911- 


Curator of the Museum. 




Geology. 





LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 213 

Sidney D. Morris, 1911-1912 

Engineering. 

Fred Smith, 1911-1912 

Greek. 

Samuel A. Mahood, 1911-1912 

Chemistry. 

Ruby C. Ledward, 1911-1915 

Voice. 

Percy Fullinwider, 1911- 

Violin. 

Nina B. Coye, 1911-1912 

Pianoforte. 

Elizabeth Catlin, 1911-1913 

Water Color. 

Clara H. Fairfield, 1911-1913 

Pottery and Decorative Designs. 

Charles R. Atkinson, 1912-1916 

Economics and Politics. 

Edward DeWitt, 1912-1913 

Director of Athletics. 

Adam C. Remley, 1912-1914 

Engineering. 

Georgina Hackworthy, 1912-1914 

Latin. 

Otis M. Weigle, 1912-1914 

Chemistry. 

Robert J. Fry, 1912-1913 

Oral English. 

George R. Kurtz, 1912-1913 

Organ. 

Frederick Vance Evans, 1913-1920 

Dean of Conservatory of Music. 
Voice. 



214 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

John S. Custer, 1913-1920 

History. 

Thomas W. B. Crafer, 1913-1920 

Sociology. 

Alta A. Robinson, 1913-1914 

English Literature. 

Nettie S. Fullinwider, 1913-1920 

Pianoforte. 
Elementary Harmony. 

Arthur H. Thomas, 1913-1914 

Pianoforte. 

Jennie Fuerstenau, 1913-1918 

German. 

Ellis H. Champlin, 1913-1915 

Physical Education. 

Ludolph Arens, 1914- 

Pianoforte. 

Louis C. Baker, 1914- 

German and French. 

Louise Dudley, 1914-1920 

English Literature. 

Harriet L. Barber, 1914-1916 

Dean of Women. 
English Language. 

George S. Eaton, 1914-1916 

Engineering. 

Harry W. Gochnauer, 1914-1916 

Microbiology. 

Mary M. Arens, 1914- 

Expression. 

Jennie Fuerstenau, 1915-1918 

German. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 215 

Ariel Marguerita MacNaughton, 1915-1917 

English. 

Frederick William Poppe, 1915-1916 

Chemistry. 

Daisy Thompson Ingold, 1915-1922 

Latin. 

Helen Hoyt, 1915-1916 

French and German. 

Villa Crawford Thiele, 1915-1916 

Botany. 

Cleveland Bohnet, 1915-1919 

Piano. 

Mason Slade, 1915-1919 

Organ. 

Henry Frederick Smith, 1915-1916 

Voice. 

Esther Larson, 1915-1917 

Violin. 

John S. Mohr, 1916- 

Piano Tuning. 

Delos Oscar Kinsman, 1916- 

Economics. 

Alphaeus W. Duplen, 1916-1917 

Botany. 

Charles Reitell, 1916-1918 

Commerce. 

Mary Beal Housel, 1916- 

Dean of Women. 

Ruth Mabel Keeney, 1916-1917 

Spanish. 

Helen Marie Phillips, 1916-1917 

German. 



216 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Jacob Spielman,* 1916-1917 

Physical Culture. 

Clyde A. Donehoo, 1916-1917 

Mathematics. 

Alma Hays Reed, 1916-1918 

Voice. 

Annabelle M. Dickey, 1916-1918 

Voice. 

Gertrude Sternburger, 1916-1917 

Voice. 

Lilyan Braden, 1916-1922 

Piano. 

Clinton Albert Ludwig, 1917-1918 

Botany. 

Maude H. Goeckler, 1917-1919 

Latin and Greek. 

Adeline Mae DeSale, 1917-1921 

Ethel Ryan, 1917-1918 

Physical Culture. 

Jane Meyer Reitell, 1917-1919 

English. 

Elizabeth Hallenbeck Gilbert, 1917-1918 

Voice. 

John Brainard MacHarg, 1918- 

Hi story. 

Walter Irving Easly, 1918-1920 

Commerce. 

James Russell Jenness, 1918-1920 

Physics. 

Louis Wann 1918-1919 

English. 

Frederick Henry Adler, 1918-1919 

English. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 217 

Andrew Daniel Warde, 1918-1919 

Mathematics. 
William Bell Lindsay, 1918-1922 

English. 

Lee Cassius Rasey, 1918-1920 

English. 

Douglas Wood Miller, 1918-1919 

English. 

Anna Bernard Kinsman, 1918-1919 

English. 

Minnie V. Wittmeyer, 1918-1919 

Physical Culture. 

R. F. Belle, 1918-1919 

French. 

Ruth Schumaker, 1918- 

Violin. 

Albertine Gefken DeWitt, 1918-1920 

French. 

Lieut. Thomas B. Black, 1918-1919 

S. A. T. C. 

Lieut. James A. Mason, 1918-1919 

S. A. T. C. 

Lieut. Horace Williston, Jr., 1918-1919 

S. A. T. C. 

Lieut. Leonard L. Vann, 1918-1919 

S. A. T. C. 

Arthur Harold Weston, 1919- 

Latin. 

William Emmett McPheeters, 1919- 

English. 

Frances Allen Foster, 1919- 

English. 



218 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Walter E. Rogers, 1919- 

Botany. 

Charles Albert Maney, 1919-1920 

Physics. 

Gottlob Charles Cast, 1919- 

German. 

Harvey Leypoldt, 1919-1920 

Mathematics. 

Louise Morris Hannum, 1919-1920 

English. 

Charlotte Marie Lorenz, .1919- 

Spanish. 

Kate Hogood Tobin, 1919-1920 

French. 

Charles Anthony Beyer, 1919-1920 

Physical Culture 

Josephine Lauder Hutchinson, 1919-1920 

Physical Culture. 

Elinor Mehl Berger, 1919-1922 

Voice. 
Charleton Henry Bullis, 1919-1920 

Organ. 

Gladys Yves Brainard, 1919- 

Piano. 

Laura Alice Brigham, 1919- 

Piano. 

Earle Horace Warner, 1920- 

Physics. 

Herbert Carroll Cooley, 1920- 

Education. 

Frederick Allen Conrad, 1920-1922 

Sociology. 

Francis Miriam Ingler, 1920- 

Commerce. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 219 

William Leslie Crow, 1920- 

Politics. 

William Francis Raney, 1920- 

History. 

Earle Edward Emme, 1920- 

Religious Education. 

Gwendolyn Perry, 1920-1921 

English. 

Fred Trezise, 1920- 

Mathematics. 

Harlan Disberry MacChesney, 1920- 

Physical Culture. 

Mary Anita Gochnauer, 1920- 

Physical Culture. 

Alice Beach, 1920- 

Library. 

Frank Albion Tabor, 1920- 

Organ. 

Gertrude Graves, 1920-1921 

Voice. 

Winnifred Wilson Quinlan, 1920- 

Voice. 

Viola Buntrock, 1920- 

Piano. 

Clarence J. Primm, 1921-1922 

Commerce. 

Lucena K. Robinson, 1921- 

Chemistry. 

Marguerite Mainesonnat, 1921- 

French. 



220 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Harold Golder, 1921- 

English. 

Mary West, 1921- 

Spanish and French. 

Marjory Steuart, 1921- 

English. 

Eva Fillmore, 1921- 

Psychology. 

Enrique Ortiz, 1921-1922 

Spanish 

Eva Fuller Crow, 1921- 

English. 

Cleo Matheny, 1921-1922 

English. 

Caroline Hess, 1921- 

Voice. 

Clarence Dyson, 1922- 

Commerce. 

Dix Harwood, 1922- 

English. 

Albert Franzke, 1922- 

Public Speaking. 

L. A. Boettiger, 1922- 

Sociology. 

Earl Baker, 1922- 

Public School Music. 

Mary Louise Brown, 1922- 

Dean of Women. 

Mary L. Trowbridge, 1922- 

Latin. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 221 



TRUSTEES OF LAWRENCE COLLEGE 

Hon. Morgan L. Martin, Green Bay, 1847-1849; 1856-1862 

DeWitt C. Vosburg, 1847-1849 

William Dutcher, 1847-1848 

Henry S. Baird, 1847-1849 

N. P. Tallmadge, 1847-1849 

Jacob L. Bean, 1847-1848 

Loyal A. Jones, 1847-1848 

George H. Dodge, 1847-1848 

Hon. Mason C. Darling, Fond du Lac, 1847-1859; 1860-1866 

Rev. Reeder Smith, Appleton, Wis., 1847-1850 

George E. H. Day, Milwaukee, Wis., 1847-1854 

Rev. Henry R. Colman, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1847-1855 

Eli Stilson, 1848-1849 

Elisha Morrow, 1848-1849 

Henry L. Blood, Appleton, Wis., 1848-1856 

Charles H. Lindsley, Winnebago Rapids, Wis., 1848-1851 

Rev. W. H. Sampson, Appleton, Wis., 1848-1857; 1858-1884 

Hoel S. Wright, Bridgeport, Wis., 1848-1854 

George W. Lakin, Platteville, Wis., 1849-1850 

Robert R. Bateman, Appleton, Wis., 1849-1881 

Hon. Albert G. Ellis, Green Bay, Wis., 1849-1850 

Rev. John S. Prescott, Green Bay, Wis., 1849-1856 

Rev. Seth W. Ford, Duck Creek, Wis., 1849-1856 

Hon. Charles Durkee, Kenosha, Wis., 1850-1854; 1855-1856 

Rev. Sereno Fisk, Kenosha, Wis., 1850-1858 

Dr. J. D. Weston, Milwaukee, Wis., 1850-1851 

George H. Meyers, Appleton, Wis., 1851-1862; 1874-1879 

Robert Flint, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1851-1859 

James A. Maxwell, Baraboo, Wis., 1854-1860 

Rev. Bishop J. Kemper, Waukesha, Wis., 1854-1856 

Rev. Edward Cooke, D. D., Appleton, Wis., 1854-1865 

Rev. A. B. Randall, Appleton, Wis., 1855-1857 

Rev. A. Brunson, Prairie du Chien, Wis., 1855-1859 



222 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Henry Hamilton, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1855-1870 

Rev. Philos Bennett, Waukesha, Wis., 1855-1880 

W. W. Wright, Oshkosh, Wis., 1855-1862 

Hon. C. Billinghurst, Juneau, Wis., 1855-1859 

Hon. Coleo Bashford, Oshkosh, Wis., 1855-1858 

George F. Austin, Milwaukee, Wis., 1855-1859 

H. C. Hobart, Charlestown, Wis., 1855-1856 
John H. Van Dyke, Milwaukee, Wis., 1855-1860; 1882-1909 

Rev. Jeremiah Porter, Green Bay, Wis., 1855-1858 

Thomas M. McCaughey, Appleton, Wis., 1855-1861 

James A. Sutherland, Janesville, Wis., 1855-1860 
Edward West, Grand Chute, Wis., 1856-1867; 1885-1896 

James M. Phinney, Appleton, Wis., 1856-1874 

Hon. A. B. Jackson, Grand Chute, Wis., 1856-1878 

A. Ballard, Appleton, Wis., 1856-1870 

Edgar Conklin, Green Bay, Wis., 1856-1858 

James Seville, Milwaukee, Wis., 1857-1863 

William Rork, Appleton, Wis., 1857-1868 

Richard Fairchild, Hart Prairie, Wis., 1858-1861 

Rev. Elmore Yocum, Point Bluff, Wis., 1858-1861 

D. C. Jenne, Appleton, Wis., 1858-1862 
Governor A. W. Randall, Madison, Wis., 1859-1862 
Henry Hamilton, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1859-1885 
Rev. S. C. Thomas, Milwaukee, Wis., 1859-1875 
Rev. M. Himebaugh, Milwaukee, Wis., 1859-1870 
Rev. R. Z. Mason, Appleton, Wis., 1859-1880 
Hon. W. P. Lyon, Racine, Wis., 1860-1862; 1868-1874 

E. L. Paine, Oshkosh, Wis., 1860-1878 
C. G. Adkins, Appleton, Wis., 1861-1902 
Walter S. Carter, Milwaukee, Wis., 1862-1869 
Julius S. Buck, Appleton, Wis., 1862-1894 
Rev. P. B. Pease, Beloit, Wis., 1862-1874 
Rev. Franklin B. Doe, Appleton, Wis., 1862-1869 
Rev. W. G. Miller, Milwaukee, Wis., 1862-1874 
Bishop Matthew Simpson, Evanston, 111., 1861-1865 
Hon. James T. Lewis, Madison, Wis., 1863-1876 
Hon. Lee Claflin, Boston, Mass., 1863-1866 
Hon. Moses M. Davis, Appleton, Wis., 1864-1871 
John B. Carle, Janesville, Wis. 1865-1869; 1879-1884 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 223 

Hon. Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh, Wis., 1866-1900 

Rev. C. D. Pillsbury, Janesville, Wis., 1866-1891 

R. P. Elmore, Milwaukee, Wis., 1867-1894 

Rev. George M. Steele, Appleton, Wis., 1865-1879 

Rev. Wesley Lattin, Waukesha, Wis., 1869-1871 

Rev. Henry Colman, Clinton, Wis., 1869- 

John H. Whorton, Appleton, Wis., 1869-1896 

E. T. Bond, Sheboygan Falls, Wis., 1870-1871 

Hon. Rufus Cheney, Whitewater Wis. 1870-1871 

John A. Owen, Chicago 111., 1870-1881 

William C. Sherwood, Dartford, Wis., 1871-1876 

Rev. William P. Stowe, Milwaukee, Wis., 1871-1896 

Hon. Edwin Hyde, Milwaukee, Wis., 1871-1894 

Rev. P. Mather, Madison, Wis., 1871-1874 

Mrs. E. E. Hodgeson, Pewaukee, Wis., 1874-1886 

Mrs. M. A. P. Stansbury, Appleton, Wis., 1874-1880 

Rev. G. W. Case, Portage, Wis., 1874-1877 

G. W. Sexsmith, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1874-1881 

Joseph W. Hammond, Appleton, Wis., 1875-1884 

Robert McMillen, Oshkosh, Wis., 1876-1898 

Hon A. L. Smith, Appleton, Wis., 1876-1889 

Rev. S. N. Griffith, Milwaukee, Wis., 1876-1879 

Rev. J. E. Irish, Monroe, Wis., 1877-1884 

Loren Edwards, Oconomowoc, Wis., 1878-1881 

M. D. Moore, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1878-1881 

S. K. Wambold, Appleton, Wis., 1879-1894 

Rev. E. D. Huntley, Appleton, Wis., 1879-1883 

Mrs. O. F. Brown, Appleton, Wis., 1880-1892 

D. Metcalf, Fox Lake, Wis., 1880-1883 
Joseph Rork, Appleton, Wis., 1880-1894 

E. M. Beach, Waupun, Wis., 1881-1906 
Hon. Ira B. Bradford, Augusta, Wis., 1881-1885; 1895-1898 
A. D. Chappell, Eau Claire, Wis., 1881-1882 
Hon. N. C. Giffin, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1881-1911 
C. N. Paine, Oshkosh, Wis., 1881-1885 
Lyman J. Nash, Manitowoc, Wis., 1883- 
Rev. B. P. Raymond, Appleton, Wis., 1883-1889 
John Botensek, Appleton, Wis., 1884-1898 
Dr. E. Stansbury, Appleton, Wis., 1884-1899 



224 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

F. W. Houghton, Oshkosh, Wis., 1884-1890 

Dr. E. R. Paine, Milwaukee, Wis., 1885-1895 

D. G. Ormsby, Pewaukee, Wis., 1885-1895 

W. G. Whorton, Appleton, Wis., 1886-1895 

John McNaughton, Appleton, Wis., 1889-1910 

Rev. C. W. Gallagher, Appleton, Wis., 1889-1894 

F. A. Watkins, Superior, Wis., 1890-1896 

A. W. Stowe, West Superior, Wis., . 1891-1893 

S. H. Alban, Hhinelander, Wis., 1892-1898 

Rev. J. S. Davis, Evansville, Wis., 1894- 

N. H. Brokaw, Kaukauna, Wis., 1893-1901 

Rev. A. J. Mead, Appleton, Wis., 1894-1905 

Hon. Theodore Otjen, Milwaukee, Wis., 1894- 

Prof. H. A. Jones, Appleton, Wis., 1894-1898 

Rev. Samuel Plantz, Appleton, Wis., 1894- 

Rev. John Faville, Aplpeton, Wis., 1895-1899 

A. J. Reid, Appleton, Wis., 1895-1897 

W. W. Cooper, Kenosha, Wis., 1895-1904 

L. M. Alexander, Milwaukee, Wis., 1894- 

Hon. W. H. Hatten, New London, Wis., 1896- 

George F. Peabody, Appleton, Wis., 1896-1910 

Hon. Isaac Stephenson, Marinette, Wis., 1986-1920 

Rev. G. H. Trever, Milwaukee, Wis., 1896-1899 

Hon. W. H. Mylrea, Wausau, Wis., 1897-1917 

George W. Jones, Appleton, Wis., 1898- 

H. P. Magill, La Crosse, Wis., 1898-1913 

Hon. T. B. Dunston, Hancock, Mich., 1898-1902 

J. A. Kimberly, Neenah, Wis., 1899-1902 

A. J. Rich, Horicon,Wis., 1899-1908 

Dr. J. S. Reeve, Appleton, Wis., 1899- 

Herbert E. Miles, Racine, Wis., 1900-1918 

Almond Eager, Evansville Wis., 1901-1903 

Edward Edmonds, Oconto Falls, Wis., 1901-1916 

Hon. E. R. Hicks, Oshkosh, Wis., 1901-1908 

William Gilbert, Neenah, Wis., 1901-1911 

Hon. J. H. Stout, Menomonie, Wis., 1901-1906 

James McKennon, Chippewa Falls, Wis., 1901-1904 

J. E. Hamilton, Two Rivers, Wis., 1901-1909 

Lamar Sexsmith, Wausau, Wis., 1902-1915 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 225 

Z. G. Simmons, Jr., Kenosha, Wis., 1902-1905 

C. R. Smith, Neenah, Wis., 1903-1911 

George Baldwin, Appleton, Wis. 1904- 

S. F. Shattuck, Neenah, Wis., 1904-1910 

Rt. Rev. R. H. Weller, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1904-1913 

James A. Wood, Appleton, Wis., 1905- 

George A. Whiting, Menasha, Wis., 1905- 

G. Frank Steele, Chicago, 111., 1906-1915 

Albert C. McComb, Oshkosh, Wis., 1906-1912 

C. C. Yawkey, Wausau, Wis., 1908-1914 
Henry A. Moehlenpah, Clinton, Wis., 1908-1911; 1920- 

Karl Mathie, Wausau, Wis., 1909-1920 

Munroe A. Wertheimer, Kaukauna, Wis., 1909- 

William M. Lewis, Racine, Wis., 1910-1914 

Judson G. Rosebush, Appleton, Wis., 1910- 

Rev. Robert Ingraham, Fond du Lac, Wis., 1910- 

Hon. John Hicks, Oshkosh, Wis., 1911-1916 

Albert W. Priest, Appleton, Wis., 1911- 

Herman G. Saecker, Appleton, Wis., 1911- 

August Henry, Sheboygan Falls, Wis., 1911-1914 

John G. Morris, Oshkosh, Wis., 1912-1915 

Eusebius B. Garton, Sheboygan, Wis., 1913- 

Gustav A. Seefeld, Milwaukee, Wis., 1914- 

Dr. Carrie Frost, Chippewa Falls, Wis., 1914-1916 

Miss Florence Child, Edgerton, Wis., 1914-1921 

Mrs. Cora Ann Rich, Wauwatosa, Wis., 1915-1920 

Charles Boyd, Appleton, Wis., 1915- 

A. F. Tuttle, Appleton, Wis., 1915- 

Mrs. Harriet Nicholson, 1916- 

Fred G. Dickerson, 1917- 

Mrs. Kate Brokaw, 1917- 

James C. Kimberly, 1917- 

William Larsen, 1918-1922 

Henry C. Campbell, 1918- 

Mrs. John Hicks, 1919-1921 
Mrs. Ruth Shattuck, , 1920- 

Roy Y. Cliff, 1921- 

Mrs. Joshua Hodgens. 1922- 



226 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



VISITORS AT LAWRENCE COLLEGE 



Rev. J. S. Prescott, 




1849-1850 


Rev. Washington Wilcox, 


1849-1851; 


1863-1864 


Rev. Elihu Springer, 




1849-1850 


Rev. Isaac M. Leihy, 


1849-1855; 


1856-1857 


Samuel R. Thorp, 




1849-1850 


Rev. Philo S. Bennett, 




1849-1850 


Rev. David Brooks, 


1849-1850; 


1851-1853 


James E. Wilson, 




1849-1850 


Rev. Hiram W. Frink, 


1849-1850; 


1861-1862 


Rev. E. C. Jones, 




1850-1851 


Col. James Maxwell, 




1850-1851 


Dr. Adams, 




1850-1851 


Prof. Amasa Buck, 




1850-1851 


0. F. Dana, 




1850-1851 


Josiah Drummond, 




1850-1851 


Rev. S. C. Thomas, 


1851-1853; 


1856-1859 


Rev. William Willard, 




1851-1853 


W. G. Miller, 


1851-1854; 


1857-1861 


Rev. J. M. S. Maxon, 




1851-1853 


Rev. A. P. Allen, 




1851-1854 


Rev. Alfred Brunson, 




1851-1853 


Rev. Elmore Yocum, 


1853-1855; 


1864-1866 




1869-1874; 


1875-1876 


Rev. Chauncey Hobart, 




1853-1855 


Rev. John W. Wood, 




1853-1854 


Rev. R. P. Lawton, 


1853-1854: 


1863-1864 


0. E. Comfort, 




1853-1854 


Rev. J. L. Williams. 


1853-1854; 


1861-1863 


Rev. E. F. Crumley, 




1854-1855 


Rev. M. Himebaugh, 


1854-1855; 


1856-1859 


Rev. Henry Requa, 


1854-1855; 


1863-1864 


Rev. John Nolan, 




1854-1855 


Rev. T. C. Golden, 


1854-1855; 


1857-1858 


Rev. R. W. Barnes, 




1854-1855 


Rev. P. B. Pease, 


1856-1859; 


1861-1862 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 227 



Rev. W. M. Donald, 
Rev. S. W. Martin, 
Rev. S. L. Leonard, 
Rev. Henry Wood, 
Rev. C. E. Weirich, 
Rev. J. Searles, 

Rev. C. G. Lathrop, 
Rev. C. B. Hackney, 
Rev. J. W. Millour, 
Rev. H. C. Tilton, 

Rev. C. P. Kachney, 
Rev. J. M. Walker, 
Rev. C. D. Pillsbury, 
Rev. H. Bannister, D. D. 

Rev. J. B. Bachman, 

Rev. J. C. Aspinwall, 
Rev. Albert McWright, 
Rev. J. H. Jenne, 
Rev. Joseph Anderson, 

Rev. T. 0. Hollister, 

Rev. A. H. Walter, 
Rev. Ira Sweetland, 
Rev. W. Lattin, 
Rev. J. W. Walker, 
Rev. P. S. Mather, 
Rev. Samuel Fallows, 

Rev. Matthew Bennett, 

Rev. R. C. Parsons, 

Rev. J. T. Woodhead, 

Rev. George Fellows, 

Rev. E. S. Grumley, 

Rev. W. B. Hazeltone, 



1857-1859; 
1857-1860; 

1858-1861; 



1859-1860 
1859-1861 
1864-1866 
1859-1859 



1860-1862; 
1860-1861; 

1860-1861; 

1860-1863; 



1861-1862 
1862-1863 



1863-1864; 
1863-1864; 



1856- 
1856- 
1856- 
1856- 
1856- 
1864- 
1869- 
1862- 
1857- 
1857- 
1868- 
1870- 
1858- 
1859- 
1861- 
1862- 
1867- 
1869- 
1874- 
1859- 
1859- 
1875- 
1862- 
1866- 
1862- 
1864- 
1866- 
1860- 
1861- 
1861- 
1863- 
1866- 
1872- 
1862- 
1863- 
1866- 
1878- 
1863- 
1863- 



1857 
1857 
1857 
1857 
1857 
1867 
1870 
1863 
1858 
1859 
1869 
1871 
1859 
1860 
1862 
1863 
1869 
1870 
1876 
1860 
1861 
1876 
1863 
1868 
1863 
1866 
1867 
1861 
1863 
1862 
1864 
1867 
1873 
1867 
1866 
1867 
1881 
1864 
1864 



228 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Rev. N. Butler, 1863-1864 

Rev. R. B. Curtis, 1864-1867 

Rev. A. C. Huntley, 1864-1866 

Rev. G. A Smith, 1864-1866 

Rev. Henry Colman, 1866-1867; 1868-1869 

Rev. D. H. Muller, 1866-1867 

Rev. W. J. Olmsted 1867-1868 

Rev. A. W. Kellogg, 1867-1869 

Rev. J. P. Roe, 1867-1869 

Rev. W. W. Smith, 1867-1868 

Rev. B. C. Hammond, 1867-1868 

Rev. W. H. Palmer, 1867-1868 

Rev. T. C. Wilson, 1868-1869; 1880-1882 

Rev. J. E. Irish, 1868-1869 

Rev. W. F. Delap, 1868-1869 

Rev. R. Dungeon, 1868-1869; 1876-1877 

Rev. H. S. White, 1869-1870; 1871-1872 

Rev. R. W. Bosworth, 1869-1870 

Rev. G. C. Haddock, 1869-1871 

Rev. I. L. Hauser, 1869-1870 
Mr. M. D. Moore, 1869-1870; 1871-1872; 1877-1878 

Mr. Byron Kingsbury, 1869-1870 

Rev. W. P. Stowe, 1870-1871 

Mr. N. C. Giffin, 1870-1871 

Mr. Winfield Scott, 1870-1871; 1886-1889 

Rev. J. Hill, 1870-1871 

Rev. G. W. Case, 1870-1872; 1877-1878 
Rev. S. S. Benedict, 1870-'71; 1872-'74; 1883-'86; 1893-1899 

Rev. A. Moore, 1871-1872; 1874-1875 

Rev. A. C. Manwell, 1871-1872 

Rev. J. B. Cooper, 1871-1872 

Mr. J. Irish, 1871-1872 

Rev. J. Evans, 1871-1872; 1874-1875 

Rev. A. A. Reed, 1872-1873 

Rev. D. 0. Jones, 1872-1873 

Rev. E. D. Farnham, 1872-1873 

Mr. G. W. Sexsmith, 1872-1874 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 229 

Mr. A. R. Earle, 1872-1874 

Rev. W. W. Case 1873-1875 

Rev. W. H. Window, 1873-1874 

Rev. C. Willemp, 1873-1874 

Rev. G. C. Hubbs, 1873-1875 

Rev. J. M. Craigs, 1874-1875 

Mr. G. A. Russell, 1874-1875 

Mr. Robt. McMillen, 1874-1875 

Rev. John Bell, 1874-1875 

Rev. I. Wiltse, 1875-1877 

Rev. C. R. Pattee, 1875-1878 

Rev. S. N. Griffith, 1875-1876 

Mr. George Rogers, 1875-1879 

Mr. A. D. Faville, 1875-1876 

Rev. H. Gilliland, D. D., 1875-1876 

Rev. O. J. Cowles, 1876-1878 

Rev. I. S. Leavitt, 1876-1878 

Mr. I. Sommons, 1876-1877 

Rev. M. Dinsdale, 1876-1879 

Rev. J. Lawson, 1876-1877 

Rev. T. Clithero, 1877-1880 

Rev. T. M. Fullerton, 1877-1878 
Rev. F. S. Stein, 1878-1879; 1882-1885 

Rev. J. H. Johnson, 1S78-1880 

Dr. W. H. Searles, 1878-1884 

Rev. J. S. Thompson, -1878-1883 
Rev. W. J. McKay, 1878-1881; 1899-1902 

Rev. C. N. Stowers, 1879-1880 

Mr. Emory Grant, 1879-1885 

Rev. B. E. Wheeler, 1879-1882 
Rev. A. J. Mead, 1880-1883; 1890-1893 

Mr. Timothy Case, 1880-1883 

Rev. E. A. Wanless, 1881-1884 
Rev. W. H. Chynoweth, 1881-1884; 1891-1894 

Rev. M. Benson, 1882-1885 

Rev. John Faville, 1883-1886 

Mr. J. L. Thwing, 1883-1886 

Rev. J. L. Hewitt, 1884-1887 

Mr. S. H. Alban, 1884-1890 



230 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



Rev. W. W. Wharton, 




1884-1887 


Rev. C. R. Kellerman, 




1885-1887 


Rev. Sabin Halsey, 




1885-1888 


Mr. Justus Williams, 




1885-1888 


Rev. E. Bradford, 




1886-1889 


Rev. C. E. Carpenter, 




1886-1888 


Rev. S. W. Horner, 




1887-1888 


Rev. M. S. Terry, 




1887-1890 


Rev. J. R. Creighton, 




1888-1892 


Rev. E. L. Eaton, 




1888-1890 


Rev. J. F. Zeigler, 




1888-1891 


Mr. W. H. Stevens, 




1888-1891 


Rev. H. P. Blake, 




1889-1892 


Mr. William Drown, 




1888-1891 


Rev. J. S. Davis, 




1890-1893 


Mr. A. Woodward, 




1890-1893 


Rev. J. E. Irish, 




1891-1894 


Rev. Webster Millar, 


1891-1894; 


1913- 


Rev. John Haw, 


1892-1895; 


1896-1903 


Rev. B. F. Sanford, 




1892-1895 


Rev. H. P. Haylett, 




1893-1896 


Rev. E. S. McChesney, 




1893-1900 


Rev. G. H. Trever, 


1894-1896; 


1899-1901 


Rev. Frank Pease, 


1894-1901; 


1907-1910 


Rev. A. M. Pilcher, 




1894-1896 


Mr. H. P. Magill, 




1895-1897 


Rev. J. F. Nuzum, 




1895-1897 


Rev. John Schneider, 




1895-1900 


Rev. A. J. Benjamin, 




1895-1899 


Rev. J. A. Wiley, 




1895-1898 


Rev. E. C. Dixon, 1895-1901; 


1906-1909; 


1913- 


Rev. J. E. Farmer, 




1896-1906 


Rev. J. S. Lean, 




1896-1899 


Rev. H. W. Troy, 




1897-1899 


Rev. F. M. Haight, 1897-1900; 


1904-1907; 


1908-1911 


Rev. F. H. Wright, 




1898-1901 


Rev. A. B. Storms, 




1899-1902 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 231 

Rev. D. C. John, 1899-1905 

Rev. Enoch Perry, 1900-1906 
Mr. William Larson, 1900-1909; 1910-1913 

Rev. A. E. Smith, 1900-1903 
Rev. James Churm, 1901-1904; 1911-1914 

Rev. Perry Millar, 1901-1910 

Rev. Henry Goodsell, 1901-1904 

Rev. L. W. McKibben, 1901-1904 

Rev. J. H. Benson, 1902-1905 

Rev. W. M. Martin, 1902-1905 

Rev. W. R. Irish, 1903-1905 

Rev. E. Trimm, 1903-1905 

Rev. T. W. North, 1904-1907 

Rev. W. G. Jones, 1905-1907 

Rev. A. W. Stalker, 1904-1905 

Rev. Wm. Rollins, 1905-1908 

Rev. F. W. Straw, 1905-1908 

Rev. Wm. Rowe, 1905-1908 

Rev. Wm. Hooten, 1906-1908 

Rev. W. W. Stevens, 1906-1909 

Rev. F. E. Bauchop, 1907-1910 

Rev. J. E. Kundert, 1907-1910 

Rev. Robert Ingraham, 1908-1910 

Rev. F. H. Brigham, 1908-1911 
Rev. G. H. Willett, 1908-1911; 1914- 

Rev. J. H. Tippet, 1909-1917 

Rev. S. H. Anderson, 1909- 

Rev. M. Benson, 1909-1912 

Rev. F. H. Harvey, 1909-1912 

Rev. Peter F. Stair, 1910-1911 

Rev. W. P. Leek, 1910-1913 

Rev. S. A. Bender, 1909-1913 

Rev. W. H. Vance, 1910-1912 

Rev. H. C. Logan, 1911- 

Rev. G. W. Campbell, 1911-1914 

Pev. D. W. Davis, 1911-1914 

Rev. W. A. Hall, 1913- 

Rev. J. H. Chaterson, 1913-1916 

Rev. T. S. Oadams, 1914-1917 



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Rev. F. L. Roberts, 1914-1920 

Rev. F. A. Nimits, 1914-1917 

Rev. John Reynolds, 1914-1917 

Rev. David Hicks, 1914-1917 

Rev. Webster Millar, 1913-1916 

Rev. Edward C. Dixon, 1913- 

Rev. Francis H. Bingham, 1916-1918 

Rev. William Moore, 1916-1918 

Rev. C. E. Weed, 1916- 

Rev. Roscoe A. Barnes, 1917-1920 

Rev. William F. Hovis, 1918-1919 

Rev. William Rollins, 1916-1919 

Rev. William I. Kern, 1916-1919 

Rev. Anton Hatlested, 1916-1919 

Rev. James A. Vincent, 1916-1919 

Rev. Thomas D. Williams, 1917- 

Rev. Richard Evans, 1917- 

Rev. Perry Millon, 1918-1921 

Rev. John T. Phillips, 1918- 

Rev. Guy Campbell, 1919- 

Rev. James W. Irish, 1920- 

Rev. James H. Tippet, 1921- 

Rev. John Birrell, 1921- 

Rev. Wilbur F. Tomlinson, 1921- 

Rev. F. F. Lewis, 1921-1922 



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HONORARY DEGREES 

1858 
Rev. John Nolan, M. A. Rev. Philip Loque, M. A. 

1859 

Dymon Y. Kilgore, M. A. Julius F. Kellogg, M. A. 

Rev. Nelson E. Cobleigh, D. D. 

1864 

Rev. Wilson G. Miller, D. D. Hon. James T. Lewis, LL. D. 

1865 
Prof. Ezra S. Carr, LL. D. Rev. M. Bennett, D. D. 

1866 

Rev. 0. J. Cowles, M. A. Rev. D. H. Muller, M. A. 

Rev. Thomas Jones, D. D. 

1867 

John W. Sterling, LL. D. Rev. Jabez Brooks, D. D. 

1868 

Francis A. Robinson, Ph. D. Rev. Loren L. Knox, D. D. 

Rev. P. B. Pease, M. A. 

1869 

Andrew J. Craig, M. A. Rev. Wm. Roberts Davis, D. D. 

1870 

Rev. Charles C. Youmans, M. A. Rev. G. C. Haddock, M. A. 

Rev. H. Eddy, D. D. William Davis, D. D. 

1871 

W. H. Cook, M. A. 

1872 

Rev. Samuel Fallows, D. D. J. B. Bachman, M. A. 

H. C. Tilton, M. A. C. D. Pillsbury, M. A. 

B. W. McClain, Ph. D. 

1874 

George Ripley, LL. D. Rev. J. 0. Peck, D. D. 

1876 
Alexander L. Brice, D. D. Louise M. Hodgkins, M. A. 



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1877 

John E. Earle, Ph. D. William H. DeMott, LL. D. 

Rev. G. S. Hubbs, D. D. 

1878 

Rev. L. N. Wheeler, M. A. Rev. E. H. Merrill, D. D. 

Prof. Daniel Bonbright, LL. D. 

1879 

Harry Hudson Nicholson, M. A. Rev. G. M. Steele, LL. D. 

Rev. Henry Colman, D. D. 

1880 

Rev. J. L. Hewitt, M. A. Rev. W. P. Stowe, D. D. 

1881 

Chester W. Church, M. A. Helen F. Smith, M. A. 

Rev. L. N. Wheeler, D. D. Rev. J. E. Irish, D. D. 

1883 

Prof. W. F. Yocum, D. D. 

1885 

Rev. A. Gillett, D. D. 

1886 

Sally G. Bagwell, M. A. Olin A. Curtis, D. D. 

1889 

Rev. R. W. Bosworth, D. D. Herman Hoffman, D. D. 

Eugene G. Updike, D. D. Bradford P. Raymond, D. D. 

1890 
E. L. Eaton, D. D. Isaac S. Leavitt, D. D. 

1892 

Hon. John Hicks, LL. D. Rev. Burt E. Wheeler, D. D. 

Rev. C. M. Heard, D. D. 

1893 

Martha A. Wythe, M. A. J. C. Foye, LL. D. 

1894 

James K. Kaye, Ph. D. 

1895 

Rev. Wm. J. McKay, D. D. Rev. Michael Benson, D. D. 

Rev. John P. D. John, LL. D. Rev. George H. Trever, D. D. 

Rev. Henry P. Haylett, D. D. 



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1896 
Rev. George W. Case, D. D. J. J. Thompson, M. A. 

1897 
Rev. Wm. Lawrence, D. D. Claudius B. Spencer, D. D. 

Rev. Samuel W. Trousdale, D. D. 

Rev. John Faville, D. D. Rev. Henry Faville, D. D. 

Rev. J. Scott Davis, D. D. 

1898 

R. S. Copeland, M. A. Frances W. Parker, LL. D. 

Margaret Jane Evans, D. Lit. Rev. Joseph F. Berry, D. D. 

1899 

Rev. J. E. Farmer, D. D. 

1900 

Rev. Ira H. LaFetra, D. D. Rev. Fred C. Pillsbury, D. D. 

1901 

Rev. A. B. Storms, D. D. 

1902 

Rev. George E. Fellows, L. H. D. Rev. Enoch Perry, D D. 

Rev. Ray C. Harker, D. D. 

1903 

George Butters, D. D. Rev. J. S. Lean, D. D. 

Rev. F. W. Wright, D. D. 

1904 

Guido Bossard, D. D. Judge R. D. Marshall, LL. D. 

1905 

Rev. A. W. Stalker, D. D. Rev. J. H. Tippet, D. D. 

Olin A. Curtis, LL. D. 

1906 

Far Tsau Sing, M. S. Rev. George A. Phinney, D. D. 

Rev. Wm. R. Collins, D. D. 
Charles O. Merica, LL. D. Albert Rollo Dyer, D. Lit. 

1907 

Mrs. Edith S. Davis, D. Lit. 

1908 

Eben E. Rexford, D. Lit. Rev. C. M. Cobern, D. Lit. 

Bishop Wm. A. Quayle, LL. D. 



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1910 
Frederick W. Long, D. D. Bishop Wm. A. Lawrence, LL. D. 

1911 
Archey D. Ball, D. D. 
1912 
Chief Justice J. B. Winslow, LL. D. 
Bishop T. S. Henderson, LL. D. Rev. Silas Evans, LL. D. 

Rev. R. S. Ingraham, D. D. 
1913 
Edwin Church Dixon, D. D. Emanuel Gerechter, D. D. 

1915 

Bishop Charles Bayard Mitchell, LL. D. 

President George Evans, D. D. 

1916 

Rev. William M. Moore, D. D. Rev. E. D. Kohlstedt, D. D. 

Prof. Delbert G. Lean, D. Lit. 

1917 

Rev. James W. Irish, D. D. 

1918 

Rev. Richard Evans, D. D. Rev. Edward W. Blackman, D. D. 

Capt. S. J. Hutchinson, LL. D. Lieut. Robert Renard, LL. D. 

1919 

Rev. Frederick Wm. Harris, D. D. Rev. Wm. Belle Millar D. D. 

Rev. John Ladd Thomas, D. D. 

1921 

Rev. Henry Guy Goodsell, D. D. Rev. Frank L. Roberts, D. D. 

Mr. Frederick Cook Morehouse, D. Lit. 

1922 

Elsie Storrs Dow, D. Lit. Rupert Percy Hulton, L. H. D. 

Rev. Thomas Daniel Williams, D. D. 

Rev. Wilbur F. Tomlinson, D. D. 

Rev. Fred'k Carl Eislen, LL. D. Dr. James Rea Arneill, LL. D. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 237 



THE ALUMNI 



(Alumni are requested to send to Lawrence office 
corrections of addresses 



I. CLASS OF 1857. 



1. ALLEN JEFFREY ATWELL. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1892. 

Born, April 16, 1835, Pharsalia, New York. 
Degree A. M. 

Lawyer at Visalia, California. 

Married April 9, 1861, Mary M. Van Epps. Seven children born to 
them. 

2. HENRY COLMAN. 

Present address, 608 Summit Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Born, May 14, 1834, Bridgeport, Vt. His father, Rev. Henry R. Col- 
man, became a charter member of the Wisconsin Conference in 1848. He 
was one of the two persons chosen to select the site of Lawrence 
College, and was a charter member of its Board of Trustees. He also 
was steward of the boarding hall when the college opened in 1849. 

Entered Lawrence Feb. 1, 1850, less than two months after the school 
had opened. He graduated in 1857. Given the degrees from Lawrence of 
A. B. in 1857; A. M. in 1860; D. D. in 1879. Was tutor in the classics 
at Lawrence '57 to '58. Entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal 
church in '58. Filled prominent appointments in the Wisconsin Conference 
such as pastor of Grand Avenue M, E. church; principal of Evansville 
Seminary '63 to '67; district superintendent of the Milwaukee district '79 
to '83; superintendent of Wisconsin Anti-Saloon League '98 to '03. Has 
been a trustee of Lawrence since 1869. Member of the General Confer- 
ence of the M. E. church in 1867. In 1883 he organized the Milwaukee 
City Missionary and Church Extension Society. He was the first president 
of the Wisconsin Anti-Saloon League convention, and is now secretary and 
treasurer of the league. He introduced and helped organize in Wisconsin 
the Federal Council of Churches of Christ, and was in 1914 the chairman 
of the first Interdenominational conference called under the auspices of 
the council. 

He is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. 

Married, Sept. 20, 1860, his classmate, Miss Lucinda S. Darling. 

Children: Anna L. Pennock, see No. 276; Laura L. Colman, teaches; 
and Howard D. Colman, manufacturer. 

3. JUSTIN MARTYR COPELAND. (Deceased.) 

Died March 25, 1915. 

Born, Bartlett, New Hampshire, March 17, 1835. 

Educated Bath (Maine) High School, and Maine Wesleyan Seminary. 
Studied during his freshman year at Wesleyan University, his sophomore 



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year at Bowdoin, his junior and senior years at Lawrence University, 
where he received his A. B. degree. 

Tutor of Latin and in mathematics in Lawrence University for a 
short time after graduation. Followed the occupation of teacher in Wis- 
consin, Illinois, Kansas, Florida, and California. 

Married September 7, 1859, in Chicago, Mary Ellen French, of South 
Chesterville, Maine. One son. 

4. LUCINDA SURVINA (DARLING) COLMAN. 

Present address, 608 Summit Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lucinda S. Darling was born May 20, 1835, in Clarkson, New York. 
Her parents were Abner Darling and Nancy Green Darling, a daughter of 
the revolution. In 1840 her parents moved to Racine, Wis. Matriculated 
at Lawrence 1850 and graduated in the class of 1857. Received her M. A. 
degree at Lawrence in 1865, the first M. A. given by Lawrence to a 
woman. It was signed by R. Z. Mason, President, Anson Ballard, Presi- 
dent of the Trustees and J. S. Buck, Secretary. 

Taught in the public schools at Madison and Sheboygan. From 
1863 to 1867 was preceptress and instructor in Latin at Evansville Sem- 
inary. She was the second Wisconsin Conference Secretary of the 
Women's Foreign Missionary Society, serving seven years. For years in 
the eighties and again in the nineties was president of the Milwaukee 
Women's Christian Temperance Union and is Vice President of the Mil- 
waukee Deaconess Board of Managers. While in Beloit she organized and 
led a number of Mothers' Meetings, which resulted in the introduction 
of kindergartens into the city public schools. 

Married September 20, 1860, a class mate, Rev. Henry Colman. 
Children: see No. 2. 



5. ADELAIDE MARIA (GRANT) CARVER. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1891. 

Born, November 19, 1835, Lockport, New York. 

Married, August 20, 1857, to J. H. Carver, of Appleton, where re- 
sided till death. Children: Lulu A., married to Captain E. F. Decker, of 
Embarrass, Wisconsin; Mattie M., married to Guido Bossard, '82, of 
Philadelphia; and Jay Grant, of Detroit. 

6. FRANCENA MEDORA (KELLOGG) BUCK. 

Present address, Volney Hotel, Spokane, Washington. 

Born Cortland, New York. 

Entered Lawrence University in 1853. Graduated 1857. Degrees 
A. B. and A. M. Was in hospital service in Nashville, Memphis and 
Washington during the Civil War. Married Norman Buck, see No. 18, 
in August, 1865. Active in temperance and missionary work. Attended 
the first Lawrence "walk around." In answer to the question, "present 
occupation?" she says: "Growing old, I hope gracefully." Widowed 
since 1909. Is the mother of three sons. 

7. WILLIAM DOLPHIN STOREY. (Deceased.) 

Died March 4, 1914, at Santa Cruz, California. 

Born -Yorkshire, England, July 23, 1830. 

Attended Lawrence from 1854 to 1857. Degree of B. S.. Attended 
Law' School at Albany, New York, where obtained degree of LL. B. 

1865 practiced law in St. Paul; 1867 St. Anthony; 1868-1869 Mem- 
phis, Tennessee: 1876-1905 Santa Cruz, California; 1870-1872 editor of 
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle; 1872-1874 editor of Christian States- 
man, Milwaukee. Author of "St. Anthony Falls, Present and Prospective." 
"Letters to Young Men of the South." 

Married, 1877, Mrs. Eliza Josephine Dalne, native of New York City. 



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II. CLASS OF 1858. 



8. FOSTER EDGAR EDGARTON. (Deceased.) 

Deceased of consumption, April 19, 1864, at Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Born, January 6, 1834, Clinton, New York. 
Degree A. M. 

For three years after graduation, civil engineer. Afterwards studied 
at Congregational Theological Seminary, Chicago. 

9. JOSEPH IVES FOOTE. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1899. 

Born in 1836, Litchfield, Connecticut. 

Degree A. M. 

After graduation superintendent of schools in Rock county, Wiscon- 
sin. Was one of the regents of normal schools under Governor Harvey. 
Chaplain 13th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry 1869, removed to La Cygne, 
Kansas, where interested in horticulture, real estate, etc. 

10. HESTER EMMA FROST. 

Address unknown. 

Born January 20, 1833, Conneaut, Ohio. 

11. JAMES ALAXSOX LOOMIS. (Deceased.) 

Present address, 610 Mandana Blvd., Oakland, Calif. 

Born, Springfield Corners, Erie Co., Pa., Jan. 20, 1834. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1858-1S61. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

Was bank cashier 1874 to 1877. 

Married April 16, 1862, to Elvira S. Eaton, deceased August 2, 1914. 

12. EDWARD PETERSON. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1863, at Cambria, Wisconsin. 
Was clergyman of the Methodist church. 

13. WILLIAM PAGE STOWE. (Deceased.) 

Deceased in 1896. 

Born, September 1, 1831, Haverhill, New Hampshire. 

Degrees A. M., D. D. 

Occupied in the Methodist ministry, in many of the principal ap- 
pointments in the Wisconsin conference. 1871 till death, trustee of 
Lawrence. For many years agent of the Methodist Book concern, with 
residence in Evanston, Illinois. 

Married, August 23, 1859, Grace H. Bond of Buffalo. Children: 
Hattie P., E. P. Bond, and William C. 

14. THOMAS DIMMICK WEEKS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1901. 

Born, November 6, 1832, Southampton, Massachusetts. 

Degree A. M. 

After graduation at Lawrence studied at Albany Law School, and 
practiced at Whitewater, Wisconsin. Served several years as member of 
Wisconsin legislature. 

Married, June 7, 1865, Adda Hall. Children: Helen L. and Charles S. 



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15. CAROLINE EUNICE (WRIGHT) TAYLOR. 

Address unknown. 

16. EDWIN MENZO WRIGHT. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1893. 

Degree A. M. 

Practiced law at St. Cloud, Minnesota. 



III. CLASS OF 1859. 



17. SAMUEL, ROYD. (Deceased.) 

Died March 10, 1907. 

Born, November 8, 1836, in Great Britain. 

Educated at Lawrence 1852-1859. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 
Graduated from Albany law school, May, 1861. Was justice of the peace, 
county judge, court commissioner and served as city attorney for about 
fourteen years. Winter of 1859-1860 taught school. Practiced law in 
Appleton 1861-1907. 

Married, September 15, 1864, Cornelia S. Bowen, native of Lyndon- 
ville, New York. Children: Bertha Bowen, wife of John H. King; 
Florence Helen (Byrum), Robert E., Charles. 

18. NORMAN RUCK. (Deceased.) 

Died August 20, 1909. 

Born, Lancaster, Erie County, New York, April 13, 1833. 

Educated, Warrenville (Illinois), Seminary, and Lawrence Univer- 
sity from 1854-1859. Attended Albany (New York) Law School in 1860. 
Obtained degrees at Lawrence and Albany Law School. Was valedic- 
torian of his class and member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. 

Was prosecuting attorney of Winona County. In May, 1862, enlisted 
in the civil war as private, was elected First Lieutenant by his company, 
and was mustered out as Captain at the close of the war. 1879 appointed 
associate justice of the supreme court for the territory of Idaho, serving 
eight years. In 1889 removed to Spokane county, Washington, and in 1892 
elected superior judge of Spokane county. In 1896 elected Commander of 
Department of Washington and Alaska G. A. R., and held it during one 
term. 

Married, 1863, Francena M. Kellogg. (See No. 6 for children.) 

19. ALBERT ROLLO DYER. (Deceased.) 

Died July 28, 1911. 

Born Skowhegan, Maine, July 14, 1834. 

Educated Lawrence University from 1853 to 1859. Degrees of A. B. 
and A. M. 

Was for nine years teacher of English in various schools in Havana, 
and assistant professor of English of the Royal University of Havana. 
Taught in schools and seminaries in the states of Wisconsin, Louisiana, 
and Mississippi. 

Since his return from Cuba in 1869, was for several years engaged as 
sheep raiser in Colorado; was with the postofhce department in Denver 



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for four years and for 14 years was an employee of the National govern- 
ment at Washington, D. C, for the most part as proof reader of foreign 
languages in the government printing office and translator for the treasury 
department. 

Married, September 19, 1864, Miss Josephine E. Cooke, daughter of 
the first president of Lawrence University. Three children were born to 
them. One son, Edward, died in infancy; and two daughters, Grace Emery 
(Knight), and Maude Cooke (DeCamp), latter engaged in kindergarten 
work. 

20. DANIEL, JUDSON JENNE. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1912. 

Born, western Oneida County, New York, November 12, 1838. 

Educated Rome (New York) Academy, Utica (New York) Free 
Academy, and at Lawrence University from 1857 to 1859. Degrees of B. 
S. and A. M. 

1859-1860, Assistant Engineer Fox and Wisconsin Improvement; 1860, 
assistant engineer for the Kenosha, Rockford, and Rock Island railroad, 
Kenosha. 1862 to 1867, assistant engineer New York State Canal, at 
Albany, Amsterdam, and Sandy Hill, New York. 1867 to 1870, contractor 
for United States government, for Rock Island Rapids, and Mississippi 
river, at Davenport, Iowa, and Moline, Illinois. 1870 to 1882, merchant, 
manufacturer, newspaper editor and proprietor at Sterling, Illinois. 1882 
to 1890, coal mine operator, Brazil, Indiana. 1890 to 1894, secretary Bryce 
Baking Company, Chicago. 1894 to 1902, proprietor of creamery at Berlin, 
Wisconsin. 

Married, May 11, 1864, Clara Herrick Jenne, born in Portland, 
Maine, June 15, 1838. Children, Albert Kidder, born 1865, died 1871; 
Charles Fordyce, born 1867, died 1887; Elliott Harroun, born 1870; Nan 
Elise, born 1872, died 1892; Robert Daniel, born 1877. 

21. JAMES PHILIP MAXWELL. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1921, at Boulder, Colorado. 

Born, June 21, 1839, in Walforth county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1853-1859; degree B. A. 

Occupied through life as civil engineer, employed many years in the 
United States survey. City engineer of Boulder for eight years. 

Married, January 24, 1863, Francelia O. Smith, Black Hawk, Colo- 
rado. Children: Clinton J., Marc N., in cattle business; Helen, May, wife 
of Prof. C. R. Burger, State School of Mines. 

22. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MILLER. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1872, in Monticella, Minnesota. 
Teacher to time of death. 

23. WALLACE JURA OLMSTED. (Deceased.) 

Died, May 11, 1911. 

Born, Middlebury, Vermont, February 22, 1834. 

Educated, Middlebury College and at Lawrence University 1856-1857- 
1859. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence. 

Engaged in the Methodist ministry from 1859, mostly in the Wiscon- 
sin Conference. 

Married, March 17, 1857, Susan W. Goodrich, born at Pillar Point, 
New York. Children: Henry F., of Oshkosh; Etta Caryl, of Waukesha; 
and Alice Stone, of Summit, Wisconsin. 



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24. MARY ANN (PHINNEY) STANSBURY. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Vernon Centre, New York, October 5. 1842. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1853 to 1859. Degrees A. B. and 
A. M. 

Parents, Samuel C. and Loriam S. Phinneyj. Father minister of the 
Methodist Episcopal church. 

Taught in the Preparatory Department of Lawrence University for 
one year after graduation. Author of poems and short stories, for maga- 
zines and journals. 

Elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Published one book of poems entitled 
"The Path of Years." Is a member of the Wednesday Club. 

Married, August 12, 1862, Edward P. Humphrey, of Athol, Massa- 
chusetts, who died in 1865. One son, Edward Payson, born in 1865. 
Married June 13, 1872, Dr. Emory Stansbury, of Baltimore, Maryland. 
Children, Karl E. with the Thilmany Pulp & Paper Co. at Kaukauna, 
Wis.; Mrs. Clara Stansbury Young, Appleton, Wis.; and George J., with 
Thilmany Pulp and Paper Co. Dr. Stansbury died April 3, 1899. 

25. CORNELIA HOWE (SMITH) REYNOLDS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1888. 

Born, February 26, 1834, Paxton, Massachusetts. 

Married, December 1, 1859, to W. D. Reynolds, of Norway Ridge, 
Wisconsin. Children: M. Edna Tuttle of Baraboo, Wisconsin, Hosea C., 
and William D. 



26. JARED THOMPSON, JR. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 22, 1914. 

Born, March 15, 1836, Woodstock, Vermont. 

Educated in the public schools,. Lawrence 1853-1859. Degree A. B. 

Member of the assembly from the city of Milwaukee at the legislative 
session of 1865, and was one out of eleven of twenty-seven democratic 
members who voted for ratification of the XIII Amendment to the Con- 
stitution of the United States forever abolishing slavery. For several 
years, at different times member of the common council and of the board 
of school commissioners, of the city of Milwaukee, but resigned in each 
instance, for business reasons. Was a Court Commissioner of the State for 
Milwaukee county for six years and then resigned. Was for six years 
chairman of the examining committee for admission to the bar. Was 
elected district attorney of Milwaukee county and held the office for two 
years. Was admitted to the bar of this state in 1862, at Milwaukee, and 
later to the Supreme Court and to the United States Circuit and District 
Courts. 

Has for many years been the active counsel for The Wisconsin 
Humane Society, and for The Associated Charities. 

Married, October 2, 1862, Helen Mary Abbott of Waukesha, Wiscon- 
sin, who died at Milwaukee, September 20, 1902. Children: Alyce Marion 
(Binney), born February 11, 1864; Charles Boyd, born August 17, 1865; 
Walter Burr, born March 10, 1868; Helen Edith (Jupp), born June 27, 
1871; Jared Henry, born September 27, 1873; Jennie June (Carroll), born 
August 30, 1875; May Bell (Jones), born March 26, 1880. 

27. THOMAS COLES WILSON. (Deceased.) 

Deceased at Appleton, January 20, 1892. 
Born at Goldens Bridge. New York, in August, 1828. 
Educated at Amenia Seminary, New York, about 1844, and at 
Lawrence University from 1857 to 1859. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 



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1863 to 1890, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church. 1868 to 1872, 
Presiding Elder^ Waupaca District. 1888 to 1900 financial agent, Lawrence 
University. Was chaplain in the Christian Commission during last part 
of civil war. 

Married, 1862, Elizabeth Priestly of Beaver Dam, class of 1861, and 
in 1864 to Ellen M. Riddle, Wauwatosa. Children, Annis, who died in 
1884 when a junior at Lawrence University; Elizabeth, who graduated 
from Lawrence University in 1890; and Susan (Mrs. Nelson E. Funk), 
New York City. 



IV. CLASS OF 1860. 

28. HENLY WHEATON ALLEN. (Deceased.) 

Deceased Feb. 14, 1820. 

Born, December 28, 1838, near Chicago, Illinois. 

Father member of the Rock River Conference, and helped found 
Lawrence University. Was later county judge in Boulder County, Colo- 
rado. 

Educated at Lawrence University 1854 to 1860, Rush Medical College 
1863, Medical Department of Iowa University 1867. 

Degrees, A. B. and A. M. at Lawrence; M. D. Medical Department, 
Iowa. Member of the American Medical Association, County and State 
Medical Associations. 

Practicing medicine and surgery since December, 1863. Has been at 
the same time interested in agriculture, coal mining, and the drug business. 

Has written a history of the "early practice of medicine and Free 
Masonry in Colorado" up to 1905. Has held the position of coroner, 
county surveyor, county physician, a member of the Board of Education 
of Boulder for sixteen years. 

Married, July 10, 1860, by President R. Z. Mason of Lawrence, in 
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, Mildred M. McNeel. Thirteen children, all 
grown; one a doctor, three druggists, two school teachers, one assayer, 
and two machinists, all reasonably prosperous and exceedingly proud of 
their father and mother. Four children are dead. 

29. OLIVE WILSON (COPELAND) LAY. 

Address, 231 Parkside Ave., East Los Angeles, California. 

Born, April 28, 1841, Machias, Maine. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1854 to 1860. 

Married, December 19, 1861, Nathan Paine, a classmate. He was 
Major in the First Wisconsin Cavalry during the civil war. Was killed 
July 28, 1864. Married, October 3, 1866, Edward Lay, and lived in 
Chicago until his death in 1885. Then came to Los Angeles, her present 
home. One child, died at 17 years of age. 

34). SARAH GERTRUDE (EDGARTON) HOSKINSON. (De- 
ceased.) 

Died of consumption, September 29, 1871, at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 5, 1841, Monroe county, New York. 

Educated, Lawrence 1856-1860. 

Highly gifted as a painter in oils, and during the later years of her 
life produced many paintings and portraits that excited high commenda- 
tion. After marriage removed to Iowa. A very beautiful Christian char- 
acter. 

Married, October 4, 1865, to Elon J. Hoskinson, at Marquette, Michi- 
gan. 



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31. EVELYN GILMAM. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, December 21, 1860. 

Born, January 28, 1842, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

32. JOSEPH WESLEY HAMMOND. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 7, 1902, at Appleton. 

Born, February 27, 1836, Durham, Maine. 

Educated in public schools Winthrop, Maine; Maine Wesleyan Sem- 
inary, Kent's Hill, Maine; Yarmouth Academy, Yarmouth, Maine. De- 
grees A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence University. 

1862 to 1874, attorney-at-law in La Crosse, Wisconsin; 1874 to 1902, 
attorney-at-law and real estate broker, Appleton. Trustee and treasurer 
of Lawrence University for several years. 

Married, July 27, 1863, Martha M. Stevens, at North Fayette, Maine. 
Children: Harry Edgar, died in La Crosse, December, 1864; Harriet 
Elizabeth (Nicholson), Appleton, Wis.; Bertha M. (Stevens), Chicago, 
and Walter Joseph, real estate and loan agent, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

33. ISAIAH LAURENZ HAUSER. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1909. 

Born, September 29, 1834, Roxbury, Pennsylvania. 

Degree A. M. 

For eight years a missionary in India. Afterward editor of the 
"Christian Statesman," of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Married, September 13, 1860, Jeanette Shepherd, Kenosha, Wisconsin. 
Children: Jeanette, Reginald H., and Mariam. 

34. CLARA HERRICK (JENNE) JENNE. (Deceased.) 

Died at Lake Mills, Wisconsin, September 22, 1900. 

Clara Harriet Jenne was educated at various academies in Maine, 
and was at Lawrence University from 1856 to 1860. Before her marriage 
she was a teacher in public schools at Menasha and Janesville, in the 
academy at Waterloo and in a private family at Milton. In 1861 she was 
teacher of music at Lawrence University. 

Married, May 11, 1864, Daniel Judson Jenne. (See 20.) 

35. ALBERT P. LAMB. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1863, it is supposed in Libby Prison. 
Born, June 5, 1836, Cicero, New York. 
Degree A. M. 

36. JOHN CORNELIUS McMULLEN. (Deceased.) 

Died, December 30, 1812. 

Born, March 17, 1835, Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Educated, Lawrence University from 1853 to 1860. Degrees from 
Lawrence University. 

Occupation until 1871, in the legal department of the United States 
government. 

In 1871 established State Savings Bank, Oakland, California. Mr. 
McMullen was a generous contributor to educational enterprises. He 
founded the McMullen scholarship at Lawrence in 1906. He left something 
over $100,000 in his will to the education of colored people in the southern 
states. Mr. McMullen was a man of public spirit and of high character. 

Married, October 5, 1865, Miss Mary E. Loomis, of Erie, Pennsyl- 
vania. Children: Robert J., cashier of State Savings Bank, Oakland, 
California; and Paul L, Oakland. 



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37. JOHN AUGUSTUS OWEN. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, April, 1903. 

Born, Middletown, Connecticut, 1835. 

Educated in Milwaukee and Appleton, and at the Law School of the 
University of Chicago in 1865. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. from 
Lawrence. 

Quartermaster sergeant, Co. G., First Wisconsin Cavalry; second 
lieutenant, then first lieutenant of Co. G, First Wisconsin. Member of 
the constitutional convention of South Dakota. Regent of Brookings 
Agricultural College, of South Dakota, in 1883. Trustee of Lawrence 
University in 1879. Two and one-half years in the civil war. Practiced 
law after war until 1903. Did much work for division and admission of 
the Dakotas as states. Wrote and worked for prohibition of liquor traffic 
wherever found. Always an active church member. 

Married, 1S67, Maria Willett, of Flint, Michigan. Children: Augustus 
Willett; Ernest A., teacher of science; and Leverett John, engineer. 

38. NATHAN PAINE. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 28, 1864. 

Born, September 20, 1835, Orwell, Pennsylvania. 

Graduated from Lawrence, 1860. Completed his law course at Uni- 
versity of Albany, New York, 1861. 

Enlisted in Co. G, First Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry, 1861. Elected 
lieutenant and soon after promoted to the captaincy of this company; 
September 28, 1863, was promoted to major for gallant service on the 
field. Was killed July 38, 1864, at the head of his command near Camp- 
belltown, Georgia. His portrait and biographical sketch may be found in 
"Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion," pages 738-741. 

Married, December 19, 1861, Olive W. Copeland, native of Machias, 
Maine. Only child, Natalie, died May 5, 1882. 

39. LYDIA AUGUSTA (SANBORN) APPLEYARD. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, March 19, 1921. 

Born in Pittsfield, Ohio. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1855 to 1860. Degree of A. M. 

Taught from 1860 to 1874. 

Married in 1874 to James Appleyard, born in Yorkshire, England. 
Mr. Appleyard died in 1896. Children: Mrs. Edwin Malloy; Louis L., 
electrical engineer; William B. Appleyard, Superintendent of Equipment, 
of Pullman Car Co., Chicago; and George D. Appleyard, contractor and 
builder, of Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

40. ANNA BUCKLEY (SHERWOOD) SHERWOOD. (Deceased.) 

Born January 22, 1841, South Richmond, New York. 

Father served in the war of 1812 at Sackett's Harbor in Oswego, N. Y. 

Educated, Oswego High School, Pulaski Academy, and Lawrence 
University from 1857 to 1860. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

From 1861 to 1866 taught in Appleton; from 1866 to 1872 cared for 
invalid mother; from 1875 to 1880 taught in State Normal School, Gene- 
see, New York. 

Married, September 8, 1880, Charles B. Sherwood, Gouverneur, New 
York, who died June 4, 1887. One son, Harry C. B., died in Denver in 
1906. 



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41. MARY EMILY (TALMADGE) JONES. (Deceased.) 

Born, January 11, 1840, Candor, Tioga county, New York. 

Father was an early settler at Oakfield, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Fond du Lac, Ripon, and Lawrence University, 1857-1860. 

Became assistant teacher of Latin for five years at Lawrence; charter 
member of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of Appleton, and a 
member of the Wednesday Club. 

Married, December 8, 1861, Hiram A. Jones, Worcester, Massachu- 
setts, professor of Latin, Lawrence University. Children: Lyman A., 
physician, North Adams, Massachusetts; Alice Louise, died December 27, 
1884; D. Arthur Jones, died in Denver, Colorado. 

42. WILBUR FISK YOCUM. (Deceased.) 

Born, July 20, 1840, Salem, Ohio. 

Educated, Lawrence University, 1853 to 1860. Degrees A. B. and A. 
M. at Lawrence University; B. D., Evanston; and D. D., Lawrence Univer- 
sity. 

Taught at Bronson Institute, Wisconsin, 1862 to 1865, and in public 
schools at Walla Walla, Washington, 1864 to 1865; professor of mathe- 
matics, Lawrence University, 1869 to 1874; professor of natural history, 
Lawrence University 1875 to 1877; president Fort Wayne (Indiana) Col- 
lege, 1877 to 1888; president Summerlin Institute, Florida, 1888 to 1892; 
president Florida Agricultural College, 1892 to 1893; superintendent of 
public schools, Gainesville, Florida, 1894-1896; principal Summerlin Insti- 
tute, 1897; president (second time) Florida Agricultural College, 1897-1901; 
professor Latin, Greek and philosophy, University of Florida, 1902. Author 
"Civil Government in Florida." 

Married, 1869, Sarah E. Hanchette, New York state. Children: Mrs. 
Nellie Quaintance, Washington, D. C. ; Goergia L., professor of natural 
Science, Shorter College, Georgia; Wilber E. mechanical engineer. 



V. CLASS OF 1861. 



43. SARAH FRANCES (BROWN) DROWN. 

Present address, 304 E. Cherokee St., Cleveland, Oklahoma. 

Born, Granville, Wisconsin, October 19, 1840. 

Educated at Milwaukee Female College, Wisconsin Female College 
at Fox Lake Wisconsin; and Lawrence University. Degree of A. M. at 
Lawrence. 

Taught one year previous to marriage in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Married, October 6, 1863, Rev. A. A. Drown, Sheffield, Vermont. Mr. 
Drown was pastor of the Baptist church at Appleton, Wis., for a number 
of years; also pastor in Milwaukee and other cities. Children: Mrs. 
Katharine Klyver of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Helen O. Bibb, Moberly, 
Missouri; Leonard A., editor, New London, Wis.; Mrs. Marion D. May, 
Fort Dodge, Iowa; Leroy M., Cisco, Texas.; Mrs. Florence Ballaine, 
Cleveland, Oklahoma; Horace, died November 4, 1907, at Cleveland, Okla. 

44. IRA DAVIS. (Deceased.) 

Died Huntsville, Texas, October 11, 1864. 



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45. THEODORE HENRY EARLE. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1912. 

Born, Newton Falls, Ohio, 1836. 

Educated, two years at Oberlin, Ohio, and at Lawrence 1858 to 1861. 
Taught between years 1861 and 1863 at New London, Whitehall, and 
Darlington, Wisconsin. From 1863 to 1912 in lumber business. 

4'. FLORENCE HELEN (EDGARTON) WEBB. 

Present address unknown. 

Educated at Lawrence 1857-1861. Degree B. S. 

For seventeen years from the time of its organization, member of the 
board of managers of the Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society of 

47. MERRILL FELLOWS. (Deceased.) 

Wisconsin. For a time president of the Woman's Educational Society of 
Wayland Academy. 

Married, January 24, 1886, at Marquette, Michigan, to Charles Sedge- 
wick Webb. 

Deceased, March 30, 1897. 

Born, January 15, 1834, Depeyster, New York. 

Degree A. M. 

Spent most of his life as a teacher in Wisconsin, Illinois and New 
York. Resided at Waukesha, Wisconsin, from 1886 until his death. 

Married, 1881, to Laura Walker. 

48. SAMUEL NEWELL GRIFFITH. (Deceased.) 

Died, January, 1911. 

Born, May, 12, 1833, Pike, Wyoming county, New York. 

Educated public schools, Middleburg Academy, Lawrence University, 
Garrett Biblical Institute, University of Minnesota. Degrees A. B. and 
A. M. from Lawrence; B. D. from Garrett. 

Engaged through life until September 1, 1900, when he took a super- 
annuate relation and removed to Alabama, in teaching and preaching. 
1861-1863, tutor in mathematics, Lawrence University; 1863-1864, adjunct 
professor of same; 1864-1865, principal Batavia (111.) Institute and gradu- 
ated from Garrett at the head of his class; 1867-1868, principal Mendota 
Wesleyan Seminary, Illinois, and principal of the public schools at Geneva; 
1870-1872, principal of the Morley School, Chicago. 

49. ELLEN MARIA (GRIFFITH ) S AMES. 

Present address, 1132 — 9th St., Douglas, Arizona. 

Born, March 29, 1838, Pike, New York. 

Lawrence University, 1857-1861; degree B. A. 

Life member A. M. A. and H. M. S. President Shakespeare Club, 
Douglas, Arizona. 

Married, August 18, 1864, Jasper N. Lockhart, class of '63, sergeant 
First Wisconsin Cavalry, Thirty-eighth Wisconsin Volunteers. A son born 
February 25. Mr. Lockhart died at Mankato, Minnesota, 1867. Married 
Peter Sames, manufacturer, Rockford, Illinois, March, 1872. Deceased, 
1907. Children: Ellen D., wife of Col. W. F. Hase, U. S. Artillery 
Corps, died August, 1894; Albert M. Sames, lawyer, Douglas, Arizona; 
now judge, div. 2, superior court. 



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50. ELIZABETH (WILSON) PRIESTLY. (Deceased.) 

Died, February, 1864. 

Born, January 31, 1835, at Hague, Warren county, New York. 

Educated, 1859 to 1861, Lawrence University. 

Married, November, 1862, Rev. James Coles Wilson, class of '59. 

51. JULIUS AUGUSTUS THOMPSON. 

Present address unknown. 

Born, June 5, 1839, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Practiced law for many years at Milwaukee and Rico, Colorado. Of 
late years engaged in mining throughtout the west as far as Alaska. 

Married, Lottie A. Sheldon, of Climax, Michigan. One son, Arthur. 



VI. CLASS OF 1862. 



52. JOHN EUGENE DAVIES. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1900, at Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 23, 1839, in Wales, Great Britain. 

Degrees, A. M., M. D. 

Save when in the army, occupied in teaching. 1865-1867, professor 
of chemistry and physics, Lawrence University. 1867 till death, professor 
of physics at University of Wisconsin. 

Married, March 7, 1866, Anna Burt. One daughter, Clara May. 

53. HENRY JACKSON HUSTON. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 8, 1907. 

Born, November 19, 1832, Gosfield, Canada. 

Degree A. M. 

After graduation taught school two years and served in the army in 
1865. In September, 1866, entered ministry Methodist church and en- 
gaged for the most part in the Rock river conference, in Illinois. 

Married, September 8, 1857, Frances A. Frost, who died June 30, 
1867. Children: William Henry and Frances A., both deceased. Mar- 
ried, April 7, 1869, Almira M. Squires, Rockford, Illinois. 

54. JAMES WILLIAM LADD. (Deceased.) 

Died, February 23, 1909. 

Born, May 5, 1838, Campton, New Hampshire. - 

Educated at Lawrence 1857-1862. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

In mercantile business mostly in Kansas and at Menasha, Wisconsin, 
until 1881. 1865-1867, postmaster at Fort Dodge, Kansas; 1881-1887, 
county treasurer of Winnebago county, Wisconsin; 1887-1896, cashier of 
First National Bank, Merrill, Wisconsin; at time of death was treasurer 
of Western Iron, Coal and Coke Company, Tacoma, Washington. 

Married, May 20, 1874, Mary E. Jackson, a native of Kenosha county, 
Wisconsin. One son, Andrew B. J., Seattle, Wash. 



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55. WALTER J. LAMB. (Deceased.) 

Died December 20, 1911. 

Born, May 4, 1838, at Cicero, New York. 

Educated at the common schools of Waterloo, Wisconsin; Lawrence 
1856-1862. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 

Lawyer at Chicago, 1865-1866; at Lincoln, Nebraska, 1868-1905. 

Married, May 12, 1864, Nellie M. Metcalf. One child, Olive L., wife 
of William A. Green, Lincoln, Nebraska. 

56. DUNCAN McGREGOR. (Deceased.) 

Born, 1836, Perthshire, Scotland. 

Educated at Perth Academy, and University and Kings College, Aber- 
deen. In 1861 entered Lawrence University. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 
and LL. D. 

In 1858 was raftsman on the Wisconsin river. In 1859 and 1860 
taught school in Farmington, Waupaca county. In 1864 enlisted in the 
service of the United States, and was commissioned captain, Co. A, Forty- 
second Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and was mustered out with his 
regiment at the close of the civil war. In 1867 he was appointed pro- 
fessor of mathematics in the State Normal School, Platteville, which posi- 
tion he held for seven years. In 1873 took charge of the Institute work 
of the Platteville district, serving until promoted to the presidency in 1879. 
In 1894 he resigned the presidency, accepting the position of professor of 
pedagogy and institute conductor, and in 1897 by unanimous vote of the 
board of regents was re-elected to the presidency. In 1904 he retired 
from the normal school, having served the state of Wisconsin continuously 
for thirty-seven years in that school. 

In 1904 was elected member of assembly, First district, Grant county, 
on the Republican ticket in which capacity he served several years. 
Later was secretary of Governor McGovern. 

57. HUMPHREY PIERCE. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1919. 

Born, February 5, 1837, Gorham, Maine. 

Educated at Lawrence 1857-1862; Harvard Law School, 1865-1866. 
Degree B. S. Lawrence. 

1867 to 1919 practicing law, Appleton, Wisconsin. Mayor two 
terms; city attorney two terms; alderman three terms; was district at- 
torney and member of .assembly one term. 

Married, October 12, 1869, Emily J. Hauser at Milwaukee. Children: 
Dudley H., Lawrence; Ella, Jessie, both married. 

58. WILLIAM HAMILTON SEARLES. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 4, 1914, at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 20, 1839, Delaware county, Ohio. 

Educated at Wisconsin State University; Lawrence University 1858- 
1862; Chicago Medical College. Degrees: A. M., Lawrence; M. D., 
Chicago Medical. 

Member of the Wisconsin State Medical Society; assistant surgeon, 
civil war; United States government expert oculist and aurist for many 
years. For twenty-five years practiced in Wausau and Oshkosh as an 
oculist and aurist. Spent two years in New York preparing for special 
work on eye, ear, nose and throat. Was the first specialist in City of 
Oshkosh. 

Married on commencement day, June, 1865, by President Mason, Miss 
Romelia Carter, a Lawrence student. Two sons: Charles E., deceased 
when 23 years old; Hiram, in naval service. 



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59. CHARLES ORLANDO TICHENOR. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 29, 1915. 

Born, January 6, 1842. 

Educated, Lawrence University. Degree of A, M. at Lawrence. 

Practiced law at Kansas City from October, 1865, until January, 
1912. Was private and first lieutenant in the Civil War. He is fond of 
hunting and fishing, and has traveled very extensively in this country and 
abroad having made eight voyages to the Old Country. 

Married to Cornelia A. Calhoun at Appleton, Wisconsin, September, 
1868, who is now deceased. He has a daughter who is married and living 
at Kansas City. 

60. HAMLIN B. WILLIAMS. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 8, 1908. 

Born, September 13, 1840, in Hamilton county, Indiana. 

Educated in the common schools of Michigan; Lawrence 1855-1862. 
Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 

Practiced law in Glenwood, Iowa, and Whatcom, Washington; city 
attorney in Glenwood for ten years; United States commissioner 15 years; 
was police judge of Bellingham (formerly Whatcom). Edited several 
newspapers. 

Married, July 13, 1865, Miss C. M. Peabody, of Cleveland. Chil- 
dren: John H., Mary K., and Fred. Married, September 6, 1904, Mrs. 
Kate M. Wilkins. 



VII. CLASS OP 1363. 



61. WILLIAM HENRY AIKEN. (Deceased.) 

Born, October 23, 1843, Middlebury, Vermont. 

Educated 1856 to 1863 at Lawrence. Degree of A. M. Valedictorian. 

Served in Company E, Fortieth and Company B, Forty-fourth Wis- 
consin Infantry to the close of the war. Attorney-at-law, 1867 to 1886, 
in San Francisco, California. He then retired to a farm in Santa Cruz 
county, California, where he has since resided. He is the owner of valu- 
able orchards and vineyards at Wright's, California. He has been de- 
partment commander of the G. A. R. in California and Nevada for two 
terms, and for a like period Commander and Chief of the Army & Navy 
Republic League in California. Also a member of the Republican party 
and many times represented his county at state conventions. 

Married, April 12, 1886, Mrs. E. W. Baldwin, a native of New York 
state. 



62. ADELINE ELIZABETH AIKEN. 

Present address unknown. 

Born, March, 1842, at Springfield, Vermont. 

Educated, Lawrence University from 1856 to 1863. Degrees A. B. 
and A. M. 

Taught in Wisconsin, 1S63 to 1868; from 1868 to 1891 in San Fran- 
cisco, California. Since 1891, orchardist on Santa Cruz mountains, Cali- 
fornia. 



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63. JEROME PLEYEL CROSS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1881. 

Born, November 11, 1842, Janesville, New York. 

Degree A. M. 

Engaged in mining business, for some time with headquarters at Salt 
Lake City. 

Married, September 10, 1872, Abbie Gray, of Salt Lake. Children: 
Orcutt Jerome and Otis Gray. 

64. GEORGE EDWIN STOWE. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 16, 1914. 

Born, Haverhill, New Hampshire, August 27, 1839. 

Educated in common schools at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, until year 
1857; at Lawrence University from 1857 to 1863. Degree of A. B. 

1863-1866 principal of Mayville (Wisconsin) public school and third 
ward, Appleton; 1867-1868, principal of Dunton Academy at Arlington 
Heights, Cook county, Illinois; 1870 was admitted to the bar in Chicago. 
Has practiced law since, ten years in Chicago, eleven years at New Hamp- 
ton, Iowa, and thirteen years at Harvey, Illinois. 

Married, Arabella F. Edwards, born in Wales, Great Britain, 1866. 
Children: Frederick A.; Herbert M., a physician. 



VIII. CLASS OF 1864. 



65. HENRY CORNELIUS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, at Depere, Wisconsin, May 24, 1873. 

Born, April 25, 1839. 

Degree A. M. 

An Oneida Indian, Indian name being Garagoutge. 

66. HARRIET OLIVIA (KNOX) NICHOLS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, September 4, 1872, at Milwaukee. 

Born, September 6, 1844, Vernon, New York. 

Degree A. M. 

1864-1865, preceptress, Batavia (Illinois) Institute. 1865-1867, pre- 
ceptress, Lawrence University. 

Married, July 23, 1868, to Dr. Theron Nichols, a classmate. One 
daughter, Hattie Augusta, born April 4, 1870. 

67. ELLEN TRYPHENA LANDER. 

Was in New York as late as 1880. Since then, no report. 

68. MERRITT ADAM LATHROP. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1922. 

Born, August 14, 1S43, in Lee county, Illinois. 

Degree A. M. 

Most of his life engaged in quartz mining (gold and silver). Hence 
has led an active life. 

Married in Appleton, Wisconsin, January 24, 1866, to Emma A. Met- 
calf. No children. 



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69. ABBIE MILLS. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 16, 1917. 

Born near Otisville, New York, February 19, 1829. 

Educated in common schools from 1853 to 1855; at Lawrence Uni> 
versitv from 1859 to 1864. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 

Taught at Cazenovia Seminary, N. Y., 1864 and 1865. Taught at 
Mt. Carroll, Illinois, from 1865 to 1868; taught for one year at Mt. Mor- 
ris Seminary; from there to Upper Iowa University at Fayette until 1881; 
then entered the evangelistic field; once manager of the Pacific branch of 
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society; in 1875, licensed as local preacher 
from Fayette, Upper Iowa Conference, Methodist Episcopal church. 
License later declared unconstitutional. 

Author of the following books: "Quiet Hallelujahs," "Whispers of 
the Comforter" book of poems; "Grace and GJory." 

Miss Mills has supported a number of children in India and other 
foreign fields giving them an education and helping them enter in Chris- 
tian work. She built a church in India which was subsequently burned. 

70. THERON NICHOLS. (Deceased.) 

Died, December 29, 1918. 

Born at Carmel, New York, January 16, 1841. 

Educated in country schools, at Lawrence University 1859 to 1864, 
1864 to 1867 at Chicago Medical College (now in the Medical Department 
of Northwestern University) and M. D. from Chicago Medical College. 
1867 to 1885, engaged in practice of medicine. 

He was a member of Co. E, 40th Wisconsin Volunteers, receiving his 
discharge in September, 1864. He has at various times been city health 
officer; was at one time secretary of the Wisconsin State Medical Society; 
traveled to the Hawaiian Islands and to the Gulf and Atlantic states. 

Married, 1868, Harriet O. Knox, who was born in New York state. 
One daughter, Harriet, wife of Prof. G. O. Taylor of Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, married 1874; Mary A. Knox of New York state. One 
son, a contractor. Married, 1898, Louise A. Morehouse, of New York 
state. 



IX. CLASS OF 1865. 



71. JOSEPH SHANNON CARR. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 12, 1912. 

Born in Morgan county, Ohio, June 8, 1840. 

Educated at the Academy of Lodi, Wisconsin, Lawrence University 
1860 to 1865. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

Was district attorney of Chippewa county for two years from 1874 to 
1876. Member of the school board of San Antonio for two years. Studied 
law under Pretice & Holmes, attorneys, at Portage, 1866 and 1867. Prac- 
ticed law in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, for nine years. 

Married, June 22, 1870, Ella Wentworth, daughter of Hon. R. B. 
Wentworth of Portage. Children: Robert Wentworth, born May 16, 
1873; Irving Joseph, born May 29, 1875; Robert, Irving J. 



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72. ELIHU COLMAN. (Deceased.) 

Deceased suddenly at Green Bay, Wisconsin, January 25, 1899. 

Born in Oneida, Brown county, Wisconsin, May 11, 1841. Son of 
Rev. Henry R. and Elvira Colman, Methodist missionaries among the 
Oneida Indians. 

Educated at public schools of Fond du Lac until parents removed 
to Appleton in 1859, when he became a student in the preparatory depart- 
ment of Lawrence University. 

Enlisted, October 21, 1861, in the First Wisconsin Cavalry, for the 
civil war, and became a sergeant, but disease soon compelled his dis- 
charge. He taught public schools and graduated at Lawrence in 1865. 
Studied law with his cousin, James Colman, at Fond du Lac, and imme- 
diately opened an office. Received his classmate, John Hauser, into part- 
nership. In 1872, he was member of the legislature. Served as United 
States district attorney for the eastern district of Wisconsin, from 1890 
to 1893. Was chosen president of the Wisconsin Sunday School Associa- 
tion, and organized the first Wisconsin Chautauqua which was held at 
Green Lake, then moved to Monona, Madison. He was a Republican in 
politics, and took a prominent part in the great campaigns of the state; 
once ran for congress, heavily cutting down the Democratic majority. 

Married, September 29, 1868, Mary Elizabeth Hill. Children, all 
born in Fond du Lac: Edna Marie; Claire B., born Feb. 12, 1874, died 
January 6, 1888; Ralph Henry, born September 4, 1877; Paul Elihu, born 
December 29, 1879. 

73. GEORGE ALAXSON FOLLANSBEE. (Deceased.) 

Died, February, 1920. 

Born in Cook county, Illinois, February 26, 1843. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1861 to 1865. Harvard law 
school from 1865 to 1867. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence 
and LL. B. from Harvard. 

Was constantly engaged in the practice of law since graduation at 
Harvard in 1867 until his death. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, April 14, 1869, Susan D. Davis, of 
Vermont. 

74. JOHN HARRISON HAUSER. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 29, 1911. 

Born at Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Educated in the common schools, and Lawrence University. Gradu- 
ated at the Ann Arbor Law School in 1866. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 
from Lawrence. 

Engaged in practice of law at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and Aber- 
deen, South Dakota. Was county judge of Brown county for seven 
years. Captain in the army. 

Married, September 15, 1868, Louise M. Pease, of Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Fanny (Kipp); Percy; J. R., professor; Nelo, graduate of North- 
western University. 

75. MARY ELIZABETH (HILL) COLMAN. 

Present address, 1628— 7th Ave. W., Seattle, Washington. 

Born in Northamptonshire, England, September 1, 1842. 

Educated in the high schools of Janesville and Monroe, from 1862 to 
lftGu. Received degree of B. S. from Lawrence University. 

1866-1868, taught at Madison. For two years conference secretary 
.or the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. For several years mem- 
ber of the board of directors of Wisconsin Industrial School in Milwaukee 

Married, September 29, 1868, Elihu Colman, who was born in Oneida 
Brown county, Wisconsin. For children, see No 7'? 



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76. CAROLINE AUGUSTA (MASON) GREENE. (Deceased.) 

Died, December, 1909. 

Born, August 5, 1846, Rutland, Vermont. 

Educated at Lawrence 1859-1865. Degree of B. S. 

Member of Boulder Ladies' Fortnightly, and Colorado Scientic society. 
Engaged in literary work, writing and teaching. 

Married, September 24, 1873, to Oscar Fitz-Allen Greene, of Troy, 
Maine, who died November 4, 1899. 

77. MASON DARLING SAMPSON. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 9, 1913. 

Born, June 11, 1844, Kenosha, Wisconsin. 
Was editor and publisher at Salina, Kansas. 

Married, February 18, 1870, Julia A. Beach. Children: Edith, Wil- 
liam B., and Charles L. 



X. CLASS OF 1866. 



78. PHOEBE DELINDA BULLOCK. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, May 17, 1880, at Burlingame, Kansas. 

Born, July 8, 1840, Ellisbury, New' York. 

Degrees, A. M., M. D. 

Taught at Onarga (Illinois) Seminary, in Evansville, Wisconsin, and 
Oswego (Kansas) College. Completed a three years' medical course, 
March 29, 1876, in Michigan University, and received degree of M. D. 
Practiced medicine at Appleton for two years, and then removed to 
Burlingame, Kansas, where practiced till death. 

79. CORNELIA AURELIA (CAHOON) TICHENOR. (Deceased.) 

Died in Kansas City, June 14, 1871. 

Educated at Lawrence University and graduated in 1866. 
Married, September, 1868, to C. O. Tichenor. One daughter, lives in 
Kansas City. 

80. CORNELIUS DRISCOLL. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, August 26, 1866, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, November 25, 1843, in Ireland. 
Five children. 



81. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON HIMEBAUGH. 

Present address, 2140 Kearney Ave., San Diego, California. 

Born, Green Township, Erie county, Pennsylvania, January 14, 1840. 

Studied Kingville Academy 1856-1858. Taught Lodi, Wis., 1858-1860. 
Entered Lawrence in spring of 1860. Alternately taught school and at- 
tended Lawrence until spring of 1864, when he enlisted under the hun- 
dred day call. Mustered out at expiration of term of service. Resumed 
studies at Lawrence but soon re-enlisted for three years. Served to close of 



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war. Returned to Lawrence and graduated in 1866. Taught the follow- 
ing year. Degrees B. S. and M. S. at Lawrence. 

Assistant Superintendent of public property of the State of Wiscon- 
sin, 1867 to 1874. For eleven years succeeding was in book and stationery 
business in Appleton. In 1885 moved to California. For the past thirty- 
six years engaged in the real estate and insurance business, part of the 
time at Stockton, but most of the time in San Diego. 

Married, May 14, 1872, Miss Ida J. Church, of Madison, Wis. One 
daughter, Nellie M., married; especially interested in club work. 

82. WALTER B. C. WRIGHT. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, April 17, 1881, near Kilbourn City, Wisconsin. 



XI. CLASS OF 1867. 



83. EMMET ALVA LITTLE. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1898. 

Born, June 2, 1839, in Chautauqua county, New York. 

Practiced law at Sheboygan and Plymouth, Wisconsin, till 1876. 
1871-1872, superintendent of schools, Sheboygan county. Later, member of 
firm of James Little & Sons, founders and machinists, Menasha, Wisconsin. 

84. ARCHIBALD McARTHUR. 

Present address, 852 — 45th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Also Fairhope, Ala. 

Born, June 4, 1844, in Canada. 

Was lawyer at Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 

85. WILLIAM ANSEL METCALF. (Deceased.) 

Died at Omaha, Nebraska, 1914. 
Born, June 24, 1844, Sylvania, Wisconsin. 
Degree A. M. 

Was teacher, civil engineer and bookkeeper. 

Married, June 23, 1874, Hattie A. Wilcox, of Detroit. One son, 
Henry W. 

86. EVA MARY (MILLS) ANDERSON. 

Present address, 732 N. 5th St., Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 15, 1846. 

Educated in private schools at Lancaster, and at Lawrence University 
from 1866 to 1867. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. 

Taught in high school at Vinton, Iowa, and state normal school, 
Platteville, Wisconsin, until 1873. 

Married, July 17, 1873, to James S. Anderson, class of 1870, of 
Lawrence. See No. 111. 

87. ELMA WOOD (PRESTON) MERRILL. (Deceased.) 

Died, August 9, 1844, at Appleton. 

Born, August 16, 1846, at Johnstown, Rock county, Wisconsin. 
Married, August 20, 1873, Wilber Fisk Merrill, at Appleton, Wis- 
consin. Children: Willard Jay, LeRoy, John Elmer. 



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XII. CLASS OF 1868. 

88. MARY ROSE (BARTEAU) GRAVES. 

Present address, 53 Watson Ave., Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 1, 1848, Broom county, New York. 

Educated in public schools at Appleton, Wisconsin, and at Law- 
rence University from 1864 to 1868. Degrees of M. S. and A. M. from 
Lawrence. From 1868 to 1870 engaged in teaching school in Indiana; 
from September, '75, Lawrence opened a "Model Department" in the 
building known as the National Hotel, corner of Lawe Street and College 
Ave. The purpose was to relieve the Preparatory Department of im- 
mature students and to provide a school for younger pupils. Mrs. 
Graves was one of the two teachers chosen to carry on its work. At the 
end of two years this department was discontinued. Mrs. Graves then 
accepted the principalship of one of the public schools at Appleton and 
continued in this work for several years. 

Married, December 15, 1870, to Sylvester L. Graves. Two daughters, 
Mrs. Leverett C. Wheeler, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Mrs. Forrest G. 
Clowes, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

89. ALICE FOOTE (CONKEY) REID. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, November 21, 1891. 

Born, May 21, 1849, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Degree M. S. 

Married, January 4, 1875, to Alex. J. Reid, of Appleton. 

Resided in Appleton continuously except for several years, just 
previous to her decease, at Dublin, Ireland, where her husband was sta- 
tioned at United States consul. 

DO. LAURA MINERVA (EDMINSTER) CUTTER. 

Present address, Mountain View, R. F. D. 18, Box 165, California. 

Born, April 11, 1844, in Maine. Moved to Wisconsin in October, 
1854. 

Was educated at the schools in Waupaca county and Lawrence Uni- 
versity from 1864 to 1868. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

For two years after graduation was engaged in educational work in 
Wisconsin, then continued the same work in Iowa until marriage. 

Moved to Dakota territory living on a farm. Later moved to the 
county seat and was assistant postmaster for her husband for two years. 
Moved to present home in California in 1893 where her husband engaged 
in the occupation of fruit raising. 

Married, November 17, 1874, in Sioux City, to John J. Cutter, of 
Illinois. Two children: Janet Marina, teacher for a number of years; 
married. Lawrence Edminster, professor in mechanical engineering at 
Leland Stanford, Jr. University. 

91. LOREN EDWARDS. (Deceased.) 

Born, Erie county, Pennsylvania, September 7, 1843. 

Educated at Waterford Academy, Erie county, Pennsylvania, and 
from 1865 to 1868 at Lawrence. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. from Law- 
rence, and LL. B. from University of Wisconsin. 

Entered practice of law at Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, 1869; district at- 
torney at Eau Claire; county judge Barber county, Kansas; municipal 
judge Western district Waukesha county, Wis.; in U. S. Navy during 
Civil War. Discharged May, 1865. 

Unmarried. 



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92. AMELIA JANE HERROD. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, May 7, 1873. 

Born in Norfolk, England. 

Educated at Lawrence University. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

Taught from time of graduation until death. 

93. NARCISSA (McDILL) FOX. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1920. 

Born, July 30, 1850, in the state of Pennsylvania. 

Educated at University of Wisconsin and at Lawrence University 
1865 to 1868. Degrees of B. A. and M. A. from Lawrence. 

Married, Dr. William Fox, January 18, 1877. Children: Five boys 
and two girls. Two sons in the medical profession, in Milwaukee, and 
one a lawyer in Boston. 

94. RACHEL ELIZA (PRATT) SPAULDIXG. 

Present address, Box 713, St. Augustine, Florida. 

Born, Darien, Genesee county, New York, March 15, 1850. 

Ancestors came to this country in 1640; were in Revolutionary war 
and War of 1812. 

Educated at Milton Academy and Lawrence University. At Law- 
rence from 1863 to 1868. Degree of M. S. Began teaching in southern 
Wisconsin. President Van Hise of the University being one of her 
pupils. 

Married, March 15, 1870, to Owen W. Spaulding, of Janesville, Wis- 
consin. One daughter, Grace Pratt, now Mrs. Karl W. Lord, residing 
at St. Augustine, Florida. 

95. GEORGE FREDERICK SCHILLING. 

Present address, Veterans Home, Milwaukee. 

Born, January 24, 1839, Weldeck, Germany. 

Educated, Lawrence 1862-1868. Degree A. M. 

Ordained minister Methodist church. 1868-1884, teacher state school 
for the deaf at Delavan, Wisconsin, and various other places. 

Married, spring of 1869, Christine Spies of Winneconne, Wisconsin. 
Married Mary Hunting of Fond du Lac, 1875. Children: Alice C, born 
1872; George E., born 1876. 

9C. CHARLES MELBOl'RX WHEAT. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 17, 1909. 

Born, January 27, 1841, at Portland, Indiana. 

Educated in common schools of Indiana and Minnesota. After teach- 
ing a few years came to Lawrence University in 1861. In 1862 enlisted 
in Co. I, 32nd Wis. Vol. Inf. In December of same year was discharged 
and returned to Lawrence, graduating in 1868. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

1868, principal of high school in Salem, Iowa; pastor of various 
Methodist churches in state of Iowa. 

Married, July 5, 1868, Miss Henrietta L. Johnson, of Lawrence Uni- 
versity, who had completed her sophomore year. Children: Charles 
Henry, Benjamin Patterson, Olive Annette, Genevieve Wheat Baal, a 
noted concert singer, of Des Moines, Iowa. 



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XIII. CLASS OF 1869. 

97. JULIETTE (BARTHOLOMEW) DUNNING. (Deceased.) 

Born, February 13, 1848. 
Degree of A. M. from Lawrence. 
Occupied until marriage as teacher. 

Married, December 17, 1874, to H. W. Dunning, at Lodi, Wisconsin; 
one son, Francis Wisner. 

98. ALONZO MANSFIELD BULLOCK. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 14, 1913. 

Born, September 22, 1842, Ellisbury, New York. 

Educated, Lawrence University. Boston University, School of The- 
ology, graduating in 1872. Degree of A. M. from Lawrence. 

Occupied in Methodist ministry, stationed in the Wisconsin confer- 
ence. Author of several books. Was granted a superannuate relation. 

Married, 1874, Georgia Benedict of Fond du Lac. Children: Warren 
B., Mary, class of '00; Harley and Harold. 

99. MATILDA DUDLEY. (Deceased.) 

Born in Freeman, Maine, September 2, 1842. 

Parents interested in educational and religious work. 

Educated in the common schools; at Ripon college one year; at Law- 
rence from 1864 to 1869; absent two terms. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

Taught public schools at Ripon; principal at Stockton seven years. 
Engaged in temperance and Sunday school work. 

Has written considerable for local papers. Member of W. C. T. U, 
Good Templars, Sons of Temperance and other organizations. 

100. CURTIS RALPH ESTABROOK. 

Present address, 932 Flatlands Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born, 1847, Norwich, Vermont. 

After leaving Lawrence, studied medicine and for a time employed 
as superintendent of high schools and medical practitioner. For some 
ame chief of staff of Charity hospital, Blackwell's Island, New York. 

101. MARGARET JANE (EVANS) HUNTINGTON. 

Present address, 109 Winona St., Northfield, Minnesota. 

Born in Utica, New York, in 1842. 

Educated in the public schools of Utica, in Winona, Minnesota, and 
at Lawrence from 1865 to 1869. Degrees: A. B., Lawrence, 1869; A. M., 
1872; L. H. D., 1898; L. H. O., Carleton College, 1914; studied in Paris 
and Berlin from 1878-1879; Hanover, summer of 1884; literary pilgrimage 
in England in 1890; Berlin, Heidelberg and Oxford from 1892 to 1893; 
residence in Cairo and Nile region 1908-1909. 

Appointed by Governor of state, member of State Literary Commis- 
sion and State Art Society. She was the first woman corporate member 
of American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, and for one 
year the only one; second vice-president of general federation of Wom- 
en's Clubs, 1900-1902; chairman of educational committee of General 
Federation from 1898-1900 and 1902-1904. 

Teacher in Fox Lake seminary from 1869-1870. Preceptress of Law- 
rence, 1870-1874. Dean of women and professor at Carleton College, 
Northfield, Minnesota, from 1874 to 1908. Author of many articles and 
addresses. 

Married, November 7, 1914, to Professor George Huntington of 
Carleton College, who died Jan. 2, 1916. 



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102. GEORGE WILLIAM HARROD. (Deceased.) 

Died, February, 1906. 

Born at Norfolk, England. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1864-1869. Received the de- 
grees of A. B. and A. M. at Lawrence and B. D. at the Nashotah Theo- 
logical Seminary. 

Clergyman of the Episcopal church from 1872 to 1910. Rector of St. 
Barnabas church at Burlington, New Jersey. 

103. JOHN HAW. (Deceased.) 

Born at Dishforth, Parish of Topscliff, County of York, England, May 
6, 1843. 

Educated in the district schools, two years at Boscobel high shool, 
and six years at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree of 
B. A. and M. A. from Lawrence. 

Since graduation was engaged in the ministry of the Methodist 
Episcopal church in the bounds of the West Wisconsin Conference. Re- 
tired in 1913. 

Married, Oct. 4, 1876, Annie L. Barbank of Northport, Wis. Died 
1883. Married Ciara A. Perkins 1886. Six children. 

104. JAMES HARRISON HUMPHREY. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 15, 1915. 

Born at Hartland, Niagara county, New York. 

Educated at district school, town of Lima, Wisconsin; high school 
of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin; 1863 to 1869 at Lawrence University; 
then at Boston University, Degrees, A. M. at Lawrence, LL. B. at Wis- 
consin in 1870, B. D. at Boston University in 1873, Ph. D at Boston 
University. 

Clergyman in the Methodist church; in the New England Southern 
conference from 1873 to 1886; in the New England conference from 1886 
to 1915. 

Married, June 10, 1873, Florence A. Pearson of Lowell, Massachu- 
setts. One daughter, Ethelwyn F. Humphrey, graduated at Boston Uni- 
versity. 

105. FRANK ASBURY JOHNSON. (Deceased.) 

Born, January 18, 1845, at Gowanda, New York. 

Educated at Fond du Lac high school, Gowanda Academy, and from 
1865 to 1869 at Lawrence University. 

Occupied since graduation in the practice of law in Chicago, mem- 
ber of Chicago Bar association and for a time president; member of 
American Historical association, Illinois State Bar association, and Ameri- 
can Bar association. 

Literary work, occasional contributions to recreation magazines on 
mountain travel and scenery. 

Married, January 14, 1874, Annie C. White, who was born in Green 
Bay. Two sons: Quintard, who graduated at Amherst; Howard White, 
graduate of Northwestern University; both ranchers. 

106. MARY ABIGAL (KNOX) NICHOLS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1891. 

Born, October 17, 1846, Oxford, Nova Scotia. 

Degree, A. M. from Lawrence. 



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10r. WARREN JAMES LANDER. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1892. 

Born, October 3, 1845, Brighton, Maine. 
Degree, A. M. from Lawrence. 

Occupied in the practice of law at Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Married, October 2, 1875, Anna E. Watson of Green Bay. Children: 
Helen, Willard Lamb and Charles. 

108. ISAAC NEWTON TICHENOR. 

Present addreess, 1109 Morgan St., Keokuk, Iowa. 

Born, September 15, 1850. 

Educated Lawrence College 1865-1869. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 
Lawrence; LL. B. University of Wisconsin. 

Present occupation, attorney-at-law; at Keokuk since 1871. 

Married, March 15, 1883, Roberta L. Cowan, of Kingwood, Preston 
county, West Virginia. Three children: Arthur M., Ada L., and Charles O. 

109. ANNIE CHARLOTTE (WHITE) JOHNSON. 

Present address, Lemon Grove, California. 

Born at Green Bay in 1848. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1864 to 1869. Degrees of B. 
S. and M. S. 

Married, January 14, 1874, Frank Asbury Johnson. Two children. 
See 105. 



XIV. CLASS OF 1870. 



110. GEORGE LUCIUS ANDERSON. 

Present address, Delafield, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 9, 1849, at Delafield, Wisconsin. 

Educated at common schools in Delaheld, at Lawrence University 
1865-1870. Degrees A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence. 

Cadet at West Point, 1870-1874; San Francisco defences, 1874-1878; 
Bannock and Nez Perces campaign, Idaho, 1879-1880; Narragansett Bay 
defences, 1880-1883; instructor mathematics, West Point, 1884-1889; in- 
structor school for officers, electricity and mines, Ft. Monroe, 1889-1895; 
military attache United States embassy, St. Petersburg, 1896-1897; 
Spanish war, 1898; Boston defences, 1899-1902; with forces in Cuba, 1903, 
member of Ordnance Board, New York city, and of board for testing rifled 
cannon and other material, Sandy Hook. 

Honorary member Franklin Institute, and honorary member of Ameri- 
can Philosophical Society. Lieut. Col. 1906 and inspector of General 
Military division of the Pacific; Colonel, 1909, and Inspector General; 
retired in 1909; at present electrical engineer with the California Light, 
Power & Transmission Co. Member of the Army & Navy Club, Washing 
ton and the Pacific Union Club of San Francisco. 

Author of "Course of Instruction in Electricity and its Applications 
for Artillery Gunners;" "Handbook of Electrical Machinery and Apparatus 
in United States Sea Coast Defences." 



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111. JAMES SIBREE ANDERSON. 

Present address, 732 N. 5th St., Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Born at Kelvin Haugh, near Glasgow, Scotland, December 25, 1841. 
Emigrated to America in 1852, settling at Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Educated at private schools in Scotland, public schools in Manitowoc, 
and at Lawrence from 1867-1870. Degrees, B. S. and M. S. 

Enlisted, April 24, 1861. Served in Co. A, Fifth Regiment Wisconsin 
Volunteer Infantry. Discharged in August, 1864. Was wounded at 
battles of Golden's Farm, Mine Run, and Spottsylvania. Was lately 
prominent in G. A. R. matters, commander of post several terms. Served 
one year as judge advocate of the Department of Wisconsin. 

For one year, principal of Depere graded school. Began practicing 
•law in Manitowoc in December, 1871, and has practiced ever since except 
when acting as judge. Has held the office of city attorney for Manitowoc 
and police judge. Was elected to the legislature at fall election in 1888 
and served one term. Appointed county judge of Manitowoc county to 
fill vacancy in 1896 and was elected to succeed himself, serving as judge 
until January 1, 1903. Was proprietor and editor of Lake Shore Times, a 
weekly newspaper published at Manitowoc, from 1883-1886. Has written 
many political and historical articles for the press which have obtained 
wide notice. Has done considerable public speaking, political and literary 
addresses. 

Married, July 17, 1873, Eva M. Mills, of Lancaster, Wisconsin, 
(See 86.) Children: Jean Harriet, teacher languages and literature at 
Manitowoc, Wis., Joseph Mills, civil engineer at Los Angeles, Calif. 

112. THOMAS CLITHERO. (Deceased.) 

Born, December 4, 1844, at Preston, Lancashire county, England. 

Graduated at Lawrence University, 1870. Degree of A. M. 

Member Wisconsin Methodist Episcopal conference for several years. 
1876-1878, financial secretary of Lawrence University. 

Taught Latin and other branches for several years at Endeavor 
Academy. On account of failing health settled in Portage, Wisconsin. 

Married, Nevember 7, 1877, Mary A. Patrick. Three children have 
been born to them. 

113. HOMER LOCKWOOD GRANT. (Deceased.) 

Educated in public schools at Burnett, Wisconsin; Lawrence, entered 
1860, graduated 1870. Later did graduate work in chemistry at Harvard. 
Degrees of M. S. from Lawrence and B. S. from Harvard. 

Member of National Educational association; National Chemical soci- 
ety; and secretary of School Masters club of Illinois. 

Was engaged through life in educational work; 1870-1871, assistant 
superintendent Wisconsin state reform school; 1871-1882, teacher in 
public schools of Iowa; 1882-1887, professor of chemistry at Nebraska 
state normal; 1877-1888, professor of chemistry and mineralogy at Dakota 
School of Mines; 1888-1889, Peoria, Illinois. Always active in church 
work. 

Married, September 15, 1870, Hattie L. Reynolds, at Burnett, Wis- 
consin. Two children: A boy, who lived five years, and a daughter, now 
wife of Dr. C. R. Christenson. Mrs. Grant died in 1877. Married, Sep- 
tember 5, 1901, at Groveland, Illinois, to Elizabeth Landes. 

114. JOHN JUSTIN HUGHES. (Deceased.) 

Born, September 10, 1841, in North Wales. 

Educated at Wayland Academy; Lawrence 1866-1870. Degrees of 
B. S. and M. S. 

Principal of high schools for first five years; after that attorney-at- 



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law and president of Farmers and Merchants Bank, at New Lisbon, Wis- 
consin. District attorney one term; mayor of city of New Lisbon and 
attorney at New Lisbon. 

Married, in 1873, Nettie Beebe. Children: Avis E., teacher in Fond 
du Lac high school; Walter W., attorney at Fond du Lac; Mamie and 
Eva A., music teachers. 

115. LYMON JUNIUS NASH. 

Present address, 1316 Michigan Ave., Manitowoc, Wis. 

Born, January 18, 1845, in town of Shelby, Orleans county, New 
York. 

Educated at the district school, Allen's Grove Academy, and Law- 
rence University from 1866-1870. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

Principal Manitowoc north side school, 1870-1872. Practiced law 
until 1910; then revisor of Wisconsin Statutes for ten years; for seven 
years member of the Wisconsin State Board of bar examiners; compiled 
and edited the biennial issues of Wisconsin Statutes for 1911, 1913, 1915, 
1917 and 1919; rearranged, edited and superintended the publication in 
1914 of Wisconsin Annotations; compiled and superintended the issue of 
Wisconsin Town Laws for 1913, 1915, 1917 and 1919; in 1898 drafted, 
printed and circulated a proposed primary election law for public study 
and criticism; since 1920 kept up to date a continuaton of Wisconsin 
Annotations and assisted in the revisions first appearing in Wisconsin Stat- 
utes for 1921. 

Marred, September 2, 1873, Emma A. Guyles, native of Waukegan, 
Illinois. Children: Archie Lymon, practicing law at Manitowoc; Alice M., 
wife of Kirby White, Detroit, Mich.; Francis John, practicing law in New 
York city. 

116. ALBERT NICHOLS. 

Present address, unknown. 

Born, January 6, 1845, Baldwinsville, New York. 

Degree, A. M. from Lawrence. 

Until about 1878, principal of Nebraska normal school. Afterward 
merchant at Minneapolis. 

Married, 1871, Mary E. Smith of Minneapolis. Children: Edna H. 
and Arthur E. 

117. BRADFORD PAUL RAYMOND. (Deceased.) 

Died, February 27, 1916. 

Born, Stamford, Connecticut, April 22, 1846. 

Education: Preparatory work in public schools of Stamford, Con- 
necticut; spent three years in Hamline University, Minnesota; entered 
Lawrence University in September, 1869; graduated in 1870; entered 
Boston Theological School in 1870; graduated in 1873; and later spent 
two years in Germany, studying at Liepsic and Gottingen, and one of 
these years in the study of the school system of Germany. 

Received from Lawrence B. A. in 1870; LL. D. in 1889. Received 
from Boston University B. D. in 1873; and later, Ph. D. Received D. D. 
from Northwestern University and also from Yale University. 

Entered the Ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church in the New 
England Southern Conference in 1873. 

Held various appointments in the New England Southern Confer- 
ence and in the New Hampshire Conference from 1873 to 1883. Presi- 
dent of Lawrence University from 1883 to 1889; and of Wesleyan Uni- 
versity from 1889 to 1908. Professor Emeritus since 1908. 

In 1894 published "Christianity and the Christ." 

Military service: Enlisted in 48th New York Infantry in September, 
1864; discharged, September, 1865, with rank of corporal. 

Married, Lulu A. Rich, at Red Wing, Minnesota, September 15, 1873. 
Children: Alice J., born 1878, married; L. H. Frost, who is financial sec- 
retary of Y. M. C. A., Providence, R. L; Harold B., born 1882, con- 
nected with Connecticut Orchards Co., New Haven, Connecticut. 



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XV. CLASS OF 1871. 

118. WILLIAM HENRY CHYNOWETH. (Deceased.) 

Died, December 16, 1913. 

Born, 1846, Cornwall, England. 

Educated, Lawrence, with degree A. M.; Garrett Biblical Institute 
two years. 

Occupied in teaching school at Eau Claire one year after graduation 
and afterwards as pastor of Methodist churches in Wisconsin. 

119. JULIA LIVIA (COLMAN) OSBORNE. (Deceased.) 

Born, September 17,' 1850, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated at La Crosse and Evansville, Wisconsin; from 1868 to 1871 
at Lawrence University. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

Married. Dec. 18, 1872, Willis L. Osborne of New York. Children: 
Rockwell Colman; Laura, wife of Dr. L. W. Austin; and Edna L. 

120. HARRIET AYER (CONANT) FAVILLE. 

Present address, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Born at Irasburg, Vermont, December 13, 1852. 

Educated at Janesville, Wisconsin; Lawrence University from 1868 to 
1871. Degrees B. S. and A. B. from Lawrence. 

Teacher at Lawrence 1874 to 1875. 

Married, November 1, 1876, Henry Faville, of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 
Children: Harold Conant, deceased; Theodore Rush, minister in Congre- 
gational church, Oshkosh; and Henry Conant, in business, southern lands. 

121. THOMAS BREE DUNSTAN. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, May 22, 1902. 

Born, January 14, 1850, in Cromwell county, England. 

Graduated, Lawrence University 1871; law school, University of 
Michigan, 1873. 

1874-1879, probate judge and prosecuting attorney; 1882, member leg- 
islature of Michigan; 1888, delegate at large to National Republican con- 
vention; 1889, state senator; 1896, lieutenant governor, Michigan; 1899- 
1902, trustee of Lawrence University. 

Married, 1875, Mary A. McDonald. Two sons and two daughters. 

122. JOHN FAVILLE. 

Present address, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 7, 1847, Milford, Jefferson county, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the district schools, select schools, and at Lawrence Uni- 
versity from 1866 to 1871. Degrees M. S., B. S. and D. D. from Law- 
rence University, and B. D., A. M. and Ph. D. from Boston University. 

Principal of schools 1871-1873; M. E. minister 1876-1886 at Fox Lake, 
Waupun, and Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; pastor First Congregational church, 
Appleton, Wisconsin, 1886-1899; and pastor First Congregational church, 
Peoria, Illinois, 1899 to 1906. 

Contributor to the "Independent," "The Outlook," "Andover Re- 
view," "Congregationalist," and other magazines and papers. Associate 
editor of "Unity." Author of two books on religious subjects. 

Director "Congress of Religion." Trustee Lawrence University and 
Milwaukee-Downer College; president Anti-Saloon league, Wisconsin; and 
vice-president Anti-Saloon league, Illinois. 



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Pastor First Congregational church, Appleton, 1906 to present time; 
member of Phi Beta Kappa fraternity, Masons, Odd Fellows, Knights of 
Pythias and Elks. 

Is known with Dr. Henry Faville as the "Father of the Men's Sun- 
day Evening Club. 

Favorite recreations, "Pat Ball," catcher of the "Congress Baseball 
Club," first baseball club organized at Lawrence University. 

Married, October 26, 1876, Louise Gleason Thayer, North Easton, 
Massachusetts. Children: Henry Thayer, deceased; Mildred; John Fa- 
ville, Jr. 

123. HENRY FAVILLE. 

Present address, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 7, 1847, Milford, Jefferson county, Wisconsin. 

Educated in district schools, private schools, preparatory department 
of Lawrence University, and at Lawrence University from winter term of 
1866 to 1871; Boston University, School of Theology. Was at home in 
1869 occupied in teaching. Degrees B. S., M. S. and D. D. from Lawrence 
University, and A. M., B. D. and Ph. D. from Boston University. 

Principal of high school of Sun Prairie, 1871-1872; principal in high 
school of Mitchell, Iowa, 1872-1873. Was pastor of M. E. churches 12 
years, and First Congregational church, La Crosse, for 25 years. Retired 
from the ministry October 1, 1913. Traveled in Europe and the far East 
in 1905. Delegate three times to National Council Congregational church. 
Moderator State Convention of Wisconsin. Trustee Anti-Saloon league. 

Married, November 1, 1876. Harriet A. Conont, of Janesville. Chil- 
dren: Harold Conant, deceased; Theodore Rush, pastor First Congrega- 
tional church at Kenosha, Wis.; and Henry Conant, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

124. THOMAS ROGERS KNISLEY. (Deceased.) 

Drowned, June 9, 1871, near Menasha, Wisconsin. 

125. CLARA JANE McCLOUD. (Deceased.) 

Drowned, June 9, 1871, near Menasha, Wisconsin. 

126. LAURA RELLE (PILLSBURY) THWING. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1885. 

Born, November 7, 1819, Bangor, Maine. 
Degree M. S. from Lawrence. 

Until marriage occupied as bookkeeper in Milwaukee and teacher at 
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. 

Married, January 20, 1874, to James L. Thwing, a classmate. 

127. AMANDA ANNA (ROBERTSON) WARD. (Deceased.) 

Died, April 15, 1915. 

Born, 1848, Parish Grove, Indiana. 

Soon after her graduation she began traveling and speaking for the 
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. She was married in September, 
]873, to the Rev. Julius A. Ward, of Upper Iowa Conference, and for a 
number of years shared his work in the Upper Iowa, Puget Sound and 
Minnesota Conferences. She had unusual gifts as an artist and spent a 
year in Paris, studying with Bouguereau and other masters of art, from 
whom she received hearty commendation for ability and successful execu- 
tion. In 1897 she removed with her husband to New York city. The 
years following were spent mainly at Kingston-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., in 
a long but unwinning quest for health. One son, Ralph F. Ward, M. D., 
on the staff of the Metropolitan Hospital, New York. 



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128. JAMES LUTHER THWING. 

Present address, 34 England Ave., Riverside Sta., Duluth, Minn. 

Born, July 4, 1847, town of Alto, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin. 

Educated district schools; entered Lawrence fall of 1866, graduated in 
18VI. Degree of A. M. and B. A. 

Occupied through life as journalist, in Milwaukee, Fond du Lac, and 
Duluth. At present, proprietor of printing, bookbinding and engraving 
house at Duluth. Published a periodical called "The Northern Develop- 
ment Journal." 

Married, January 20, 1874, at Menasha, to Laura Belle Pillsbury, a 
classmate, and native of Bangor, Maine. Children: Alfred L., lawyer at 
Grand Rapids, Minnesota, and Josephine Belle, wife of Mr. T. F. Hanffts. 
Married, May 29, 1888, at Fond du Lac, Lizzie S. Blackburn. Children: 
Dorothy E. and Katherine L. 

129. JAMES FRANKLIN WARE. 

Present address, Box 355, Sapulpa, Okla. 

Born, February 11, 1849, Litchfield, Maine. 

Entered Lawrence in 1886, graduated in 1871. Degree B. S. En- 
tered law department University of Michigan in 1871. Graduated in 1873. 
Degree LL. B. 

Practiced law at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and elsewhere. Served in 
the assembly of Wisconsin 1880, 1881 and 1883; served in the senate of 
Wisconsin 1885-1887; chairman judiciary committee in the senate both 
terms. Drew and introduced the bill creating the Home of Dependent 
Children located at Sparta. 

Married, iviae E. Lord, Edgerton, Wisconsin, in 1887. One daughter, 
Mrs. Olive L. Barrows. 

130. JULIA MARIA (WHITE) KELLOGG. 

Present address, 502 Strong Avenue, Joliet, Illinois. 

Born in 1852, at Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the public schools of Depere, Lawrence University from 
1866-1868 and 1868-1871. Degree of M. S. from Lawrence. 

From 1871 to 1874 and 1876-1887 taught in public schools in Depere; 
1874-1875, in public schools in Green Bay; 1875-1876, in Carleton College, 
Minnesota; Christian Science practitioner, Joliet, Illinois, 1894 to present. 



XVI. CLASS OF 1872. 

131. JOHN WESLEY ANDERSON. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1892. 

Born, October 1, 1848, Fabins, New York. 

Degree of A. M. from Lawrence. 

After graduation -studied law in Marquette, Michigan. For a time 
engaged in publishing business in New York city. In 1880, removed to 
San Antonio, Colorado, where engaged in mining and practice of law. 
Later removed to Conejos, Colorado. 



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132. JOHN BOTTENSEK. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 4, 1850, Dousman, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence Unversity; University of Wisconsin law' school. 
He began the practice of law in April, 1876, at Appleton, where he con- 
tinued the practice of law. Member of the American Bar Association and 
of the Wisconsin State Bar Association. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. 
from Lawrence. At present county judge. 

Married, September 26, 1877, Elsie M. Buck of Appleton. One daugh- 
ter, Elsie S., deceased, an alumnae of Lawrence, wife of George F. Kull. 

133. JOSEPH DANLY BUDD. 

Present address, Palisade, Minnesota. 

Born, 1848, Lancaster, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1866 to 1872. Degree M. D. 
from St. Paul and Chicago Polyclinic. 

Member of Co. H, 50th Regiment Vol. Inf. Discharged July 1866. 

Assistant physician and surgeon to Jackson Iron company, Fayette, 
Michigan, 1878-1885; surgeon to Bay de Noquette Lumber company, 
Nahma, Michigan, 1885-1889; chief surgeon Duluth & Iron Range Railroad 
company 1889-1915. Department Commander Minnesota Grand Army of 
the Republic. Commander Post 128, Duluth, Minn., 1919-1921. Member 
legislature of Minnesota 1903-1905. Toured Europe 1910. Retired from 
business 1915. 

Married, 1883, Margaret Carence, Fayette, Michigan. One daughter, 
Leila Budd Terris, Palisade, Minnesota. 

134. MARY CROSS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1893. 

135. JOHN RANKIN GAMBLE. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1891. 

Born, January 15, 1848, Genesee county, New York. 

Degree A. M. from Lawrence. 

1873, engaged in practice of law in Yankton, South Dakota. District 
attorney of Yankton county, United States attorney for Dakota territory 
and member legislative assembly; member congress from South Dakota. 
(For further particulars see Robert Jackson Gamble, No. 151.) 

Married, September 22, 1875, Fannie Davis of Fox Lake. 

136. HENRY DAVID HARDACKER. (Deceased.) 

Deceased at Hortonville, Wisconsin, March 25, 1900. 

Born, April 16, 1846, Muskego, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the common schools and Lawrence University. Degree 
of B. S. In 1873, attended Chicago Medical College, graduating in 1875 
as valedictorian. 

Occupied in the practice of medicine at Hortonville, Wisconsin, until 
decease. 

137. SELDEN JAMES LEWIS. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 1, 1912. 

Born, May 10, 1850, Columbus, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools at Columbus, and at Lawrence University 
1869-1872. 

Occupied as lawyer at Vermillion since March, 1875, also as real es- 
tate agent. City attorney, state attorney, and county judge, each several 
years. 

Married, July 10, 1879, Lillias Lossee Wells, Aurora, New York. 
Children: Orlina M., Adele Inman. 



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138. CLARISSA AMELIA (PHIWEY) NASH. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, January 2, 1880, in Appleton. 

Born, August 16, 1852, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Daughter of Professor James M. Phinney, one of the earliest pro- 
fessors of Lawrence. 

Degree, M. S. 

Engaged in teaching school until married. 

Married, June, 1876, to Gary Nash. One son, Clarence, who died in 
childhood. 

139. ORRIX THOMAS WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 375 Fifth Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 19, 1845, Homer, New York. 

Father sheriff in New York; also a musician. 

Educated in district school, Milton Academy, Lawrence University, 
1866-1872. Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 

Began the practice of law at Fond du Lac in 1874; later practiced 
law in Milwaukee. Member of assembly 1891-1892; judge of superior 
court, Milwaukee county 1899-1903; judge of circuit court, Milwaukee 
county 1903-1916. Now lawyer and court commissioner. Literary work 
in churches, journalism, speeches and judicial duties. Member of several 
clubs. 

Favorite amusements, golf, trout fishing, and raising horses. 

Traveled in England, Scotland, Ireland and Canada. 

Married, June 30, 1876, Anna E. North, Pewaukee, Wisconsin, 
daughter of Alex. F. North, teacher, farmer, and institute conductor. 
Children: Lyman A., patent lawyer, Chicago; Burdette F., lawver, Mil- 
waukee; Gladys R., Washington, D. C. Two children deceased. 



XVII. CLASS OF 1873. 

140. FREDERICK ELISHA HANGS. 

Present address, Santa Ana, California. 

Born, July 27, 1848, at Groton, New York. 

Educated at Cortland Academy, Homer, New York; Lawrence 1869- 
1873. Degrees of B. S. and A. M., Laurence; B. D. at Yale. 

A member of the Central congregational association of New York. 
Member of the association for examination Yale divinity graduates. 1904. 

1876-1877, home mission work, Farmington, Iowa; 1877-1894, principal 
grammar school, New Haven. Connecticut; 1894-1901, Groton, New York; 
1901-1905, English walnut ranch, Santa Ana. California. 

Married, May, 1888, Augusta Crane, Little Falls, New Tersev. Chil- 
dren: M. Louise, and Edward Crane. 

141. ALICE CHARLOTTE (RARTEAl ) RUNNELS. 

Present address, 1325 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Born, November 15, 1854, Ellington, Connecticut. 

Educated at public schools, Appleton, Wisconsin, and at Lawrence 
Lmversity from 1869 to 1873. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

Member Indianapolis woman's clubs; member Marion county board 
ot chanties and corrections. 

• -,cn arrie £, -^ ay 8 ' 1878 ' Rev - ° scar C - McCulloch, of Ohio, who died 
in 1891. Children: Agnes, wife of H. H. Hanna, Tr.; Margaret and 
Kuth, married to Frederick S. Bon. Married, Tune 28, 1893, Dr. O. S. 
Kunnels, of Indianapolis, Indiana. 



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142. WARREN TRUMAN DUDLEY. (Deceased.) 

Born in state of Maine. 

Educated in common schools and at Lawrence University. Degrees 
B. S. and M. S. 

Occupation, portrait artist. 

Married, Alice J. Steele, of Manitowoc, deceased. Married her next 
younger sister, Ettie Matilda. Six children. 

143. ANNA FITCH (MARSH) CHYNOWETH. 

Present address, Mitchell, South Dakota. 

Wife of Rev. William H. Chynoweth, class of '71. 

144. DAVID ANDREW MITCHELL. 

Present address 13th Avenue, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, Ledge, New Brunswick. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1869 to 1873, and Chicago 
Medical School. Degree of M. D. from Chicago Medical School. 

"Ex- president King County Medical society; member Washington State 
Medical society; and of American Medical society. Occupation, physician 
and surgeon. 1876-1883, practiced at Lake Mills, Wisconsin; 1883-1890, 
surgeon Pacific Coast company coal mines at New Castle, Washington; 
1890 to date, at Seattle, Washington. 

Member of Seattle Commercial Club; Seattle Municipal League; 
Washington State Medical Society; American Medical Society. 

Married, 1878, Gertrude E. Du Bois, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. Children: 
Robert McBurney and Darwin Du Bois. 

145. EMMA CORNELIA (PEASE) PIERCE. (Deceased.) 

Born, August 27, 1851, Milford, Wisconsin. 

Resided for a time at Le Sueur, Minnesota. 

Married, June 24, 1874, to W. Scott Pierce, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

140. MARY ELIZARETH (RICHMOND) WEEKS. 

Present address, 1339 Ohio St., Lawrence, Kansas. 

Born, December 4, 1851, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Father built the first paper mill in the Fox River Valley at Appleton 
where the sulphite mill now stands. Mother, Elizabeth Yates Richmond, 
writer for four magazines and papers, author of "Poems of the Western 
Land," and many other individual poems. 

Educated at Lawrence University. Degree of M. S. Attended Welles- 
ley College one year. 

Occupied as teacher in Appleton, Merrill and Oshkosh. 

Married: November 6, 1884, John M. Weeks, Lyons, Wisconsin. 
Children: Edgar R., Lyons; and Mary Elvira, instructor in chemistry, 
University of Kansas. 

147. HARVEY ALPHEUS SHIPMAN. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 2, 1910. 

Born, March 26, 1854, Waukau, Wisconsin. 

After graduation employed as bookkeeper in Appleton, Wisconsin, 
for several years. After that time engaged in mining in western states 
and Australia. Was superintendent of several very valuable gold mines 
and was considered a man of expert knowledge in mining matters. 

Married, October 21, 1879, Cora M. Drew, at Omro, Wisconsin. 



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148. WESLEY CLAY WALDRON. 

Present address, Amity, Oregon. 

Born, March 25, 1851, Syene Prairre, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1867-1873; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degree 
of B. D. from Garrett. 

Early became identified with the reform movement in Wisconsin. 
Was a delegate to the convention where the Populist party was born. 
Later was presidential elector. Member of the state legislature 1891- 
1892. Engaged in the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church for 
seven years. In 1883 removed to South Dakota and engaged in grain 
and stock raising. 

Married, 1876, M. Belle Martin, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Children: 
Melinda Nina, Leonidas Ninde, James Francis, Maude Miriam, Lillian 
Belle, Annie Laurie, Charles Wesley Clayton, Ethel Virginia, Mildred 
Arline, George, Carroll, Harold, Orrington. 

149. JOHN MILLARD WEEKS. (Deceased.) 

Died, April 8, 1911. 

Born, September 20, 1847, Lyons, Wisconsin. 
Educated Lawrence 1869-1873. 
Occupation, farming, at Lyons. 

Married, November 6, 1884, Mary Richmond, Appleton. Children 
(see 146). 

150. GEORGE LEVOISSIER WILLIAMS. (Deceased.) 

Born, May 24, 1848, Homer, New York. 

Educated at common schools Rock county, Wisconsin; at Milton Col- 
lege; Lawrence University 1868-1873. Degrees from Lawrence University. 

Degrees of B. A. and M. A. at Lawrence University. 

In United States railway mail service from 1873 to 1877. Practiced 
law since 1877. 1878-1879, county superintendent of schools at Wood 
county, Wisconsin; 1881-1885, district attorney of Wood county; 1886- 
1894, county judge; Mayor of Grand Rapids for several years. 

Married, October 9, 1873, Edith West of Appleton. Children: Glenn 
IL, lawyer, at Ladysmith, Wis.; Fern A., wife of Arthur M. Arpin, Thief 
River Falls, Minn.; Hazel, a student. 



XVIII. CLASS OF 1874. 

151. ROBERT JACKSON GAMBLE. 

Present Address, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 

Born, near Akron, Genesee county, New York, February 7, 1851, of 
Scotch-Irish ancestry. 

Through part of his course in Lawrence he supported himself by 
teaching and finally graduated with honors. After leaving Lawrence Uni- 
versity studied law with the firm of Jenkins, Elliot & Wheeler of Mil- 
waukee, and was admitted to the bar in Wisconsin. Located at Yankton 
and formed partnership with his brother, the late John R. Gamble, in 
January, 1876. They were associated in the practice of law until the 
death of the latter, in August, 1891. Senator Gamble received the de- 
grees of B. S. and M. S., honorary degree of LL. D. from Lawrence in 
1909. 

Senator Gamble was district attorney for the Second judicial district 
of the Territory; city attorney of the "ity of Yankton for two terms; and 



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state senator in 1885. He represented his state as congressman-at-large in 
the Fifty-fourth congress, and again in the Fifty-sixth congress. In 1900 
he withdrew as a candidate for congress and announced his candidacy for 
the United States senate. He was elected in January, 1901; re-elected in 
1907. 

Senator Gamble has been an active member in the Republican organi- 
zation of his state for many years. He was chairman of the Republican 
state convention in 1892, and also in 1893. Was also chairman of the 
convention in 1891 that inaugurated the movement which led to the repre- 
sentation of the state at the World's Columbian exposition, Chicago, in 
1893. During the long struggle for statehood in territorial days, he recog- 
nized the necessity for congressional action looking to the admission of 
the state into the Union, in opposition to many who took the extreme 
views that the people of the proposed state could act independently of 
congress. On July 4, 1888, he delivered an oration at Yankton, sustaining 
this position, which attracted general attention throughout the territory. 

Member of Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. ; Naional Institute of 
Social Sciences, life member of the State Historical Society of South Da- 
kota; member of Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. 

Married, in 1884, Carrie S. Osborne, at Portage. One son, Ralph A., 
graduate of Princeton University in the class of 1909 and of the law 
department of Columbia University in 1912. 

152. ALICE JOSEPHINE (GODWIN) EDGERTON. 

Present address, 956 St. Clair Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence 1870-1874; Degrees B. S. 
and M. S. 

Occupied for a time as assistant principal of schools at Waupaca and 
Berlin, Wisconsin. 

Married, July 11, 1883, at Appleton, to George B. Edgerton, native 
of Mantorville, Minnesota. Children: Margaret Godwin, now Mrs. James 
Trent Christison; Lillian, now Mrs. Louis P. Mack; Josephine and George. 

153. JAMES JOHN HOSKINS. 

Present address, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 15, 1849, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1870-1874; degrees A. B. and A. M. Albany 
Law School; degree B. L. 

Began the practice of law in fall of ]875 at Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 
Circuit Court Commissioner since 1880. Member county board several 
times. Treasurer and secretary Iowa County Agricultural Society. Mem- 
ber of Hoskins, Thomas & Co., mercantile and smelting company. Real 
estate dealer. 

Member of Dodgeville lodge No. 119, F. & A. M., R. A. M. and pres- 
ent E. H. P. Visited England and Wales in 1887. 

Married, September 11, 1889, Coray A. Shell of Dodgeville. One 
child. 

154. JOHN WILLIAM HUME. 

Present address, 179 Algoma Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 12, 1855, Emerald Grove, Rock county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools at Janesville; at Lawrence University, 
1870-1874. Admitted to bar in 1877. Has practiced law at Oshkosh ever 
since. 

1891, member of board of regents of normal schools. Immediately 
on appointment was elected president and served until Governor Upham 
was elected and another regent was appointed in his place. 1883-1884, 



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city attorney of Oshkosh. 1892, delegate from Sixth congressional dis- 
trict to the national Democratic convention. Member of board of public 
parks of Oshkosh for past twenty-five years and president for past ten 
years. 

Married, October 29, 1879, Nettie A. Scott, a native of Oshkosh. 
No children. 

156. BEULAH ANTOINETTE (JOHNSON) JOHNSON. (De- 

ceased.) 

Deceased, 1881. 

Born, January 4, 1851, Preble, New York. 
Home was in Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Married, May 25, 1875, to De Witt S. Johnson, of Appleton. Children: 
De Witt S., Bryant and Beulah A. 

156. CLINTON PETER LOOMER. 

Present address, Nevada, Missouri. 

For a time farmer at Mequon River, Wisconsin. 

157. BYRON JOHN PRICE. 

Present address, 2332 First Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Born, August 10, 1850, at Menasha, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1869-1874. 

Occupation, newspaper work. For twenty-six years editor and pro- 
prietor of Hudson "Star-Times." Has been president of Wisconsin Press 
association and president of National Editorial association. 

March, 1905, appointed by President Roosevelt, deputy auditor for 
the navy at Washington, D. C. On July 1, 1911, the office was covered 
into the Civil Service and styled Chief Clerk and Chief of Division, which 
position he held until retired 1921 by reason of age limit. 

Married, August 27, 1870, Emma J. Ells, Oberlin, Ohio. No children. 

158. SOBESKI SHAW VAN. (Deceased.) 

Died, May 8, 1915. 

Born, 1849, township of Hubbard, Dodge county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1869-1874. 

For 31 years was engaged with D. M. Ferry & Co., the seed firm of 
Detroit, Michigan. 

Married, 1881. Lilla A. Lewis, of London, England. Children: John 
M. and Clara B. 

159. JACOB SIMS. 

Present address, 211 E. Prospect Street, Dennison, Iowa. 

Born, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, November 30, 1850. 

Educated at common schools; Lawrence University, 1869-1874. De- 
gree A. B. 

Was principal of high school at Oconto, Wisconsin. Following that 
did editorial work on the Christian Statesman at Milwaukee in 1875; was 
also editor of "The Citizen" at Minneapolis, Minn. In 1879 was admitted 
to the pratice of law and is still in the profession. 

Married, at Ottumwa, Iowa, January 11, 1887, to Anna H. Squire. 
Children; James D., Chicago; Mariana, married; Katherine, married; Mar- 
jorie, a teacher in the University of Illinois; John Alan, Waterloo, Iowa. 



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1«0. BALFOUR HERMAN US VAN VLECK. 

Present address, Westfield, Iowa. 

Born, September 21, 1851, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 
For some years connected with the Boston Society of Natural History. 
Lecturer on Biology, Boston University. 



XIX. CLASS OF 1875. 



161. JOHN TRUAN CHYNOYYETH. 

Present address, 930 Superior Street, Racine, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 27, 1850, at Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence from '1869-1875. 

Engaged in the ministry at Wausau 1878-1879; Winnebago and Wind- 
sor Park, Illinois, 1889-1893, and Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1893-1901. Gen- 
eral secretary, State Sunday School Association, 1901-1905. 

Pastor of Congregational church at Racine, Wisconsin, 1905 until 
recently retired on account of poor health. 

Married, November 17, 1878, to Ida Florence White. One daughter, 
Marie, married and living in Milwaukee. 

162. JAMES HINSDALE. 

Last address, Gaylord, North Dakota. 

Born, Yorkshire, England, November 18, 1848. 

Educated, State University, two terms; Lawrence University, 1871- 
1875; Rush Medical College, Chicago. Degrees A. B. and A. M. from 
Lawrence, and M. D. from Rush Medical College, Chicago. 

Engaged in practice of medicine from 1878 to 1911; during this time 
served as member of assembly from Crawford county, two terms. Now 
engaged in farming in North Dakota. 

Married, November 16, 1882, Sarah A. Hooverson of Soldiers' Grove, 
Wisconsin. Children: Alvina, living on a homestead in North Dakota; 
Mae, wife of Mr. D. H. Leary, Soldiers' Grove, Wisconsin. 

163. ISAAC N. McCOMB. 

Present address, Brillion, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 11, 1850, Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Hortonville public school and at Lawrence University, 
1870-1875. Degrees B. S. and A. B. from Lawrence University, and M. 
D. from Northwestern Medical College in 1877. 

Occupied in practice of medicine at Brillion, Wisconsin. Member of 
assembly from Calumet county, 1900-1902. County jury commissioner 
1902-1915. Favorite recreation, hunting, fishing and boating. Traveled 
extensively in United States, Canada and Europe. Dealer in real estate. 

Married, December 16, 1878, Anna R. Radloff, of Brillion, Wisconsin. 
Children: Mildred R.; Earl Vinton, practicing medicine and surgery; Ross 
K., engineer; Vila E. 

164. ADDIE BEN (PILLSBURY) YVATERHOUSE. 

Present address, 46 Lake Avenue, Melrose, Massachusetts. 
Born, June 27, 1851, Kingfield, Maine. 

Educated at Farmington and Augusta, Maine; and at Lawrence Uni- 
versity, 1873-1875. Degree B. S. 



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Member of Melrose school committee for six years; member of the 
Melrose Woman's Club in 1S90, assisted in organizing the General Feder- 
ation of Woman's Clubs, member of Pioneer Workers of the G. F. W. C, 
member of the Social and Industrial Conditions committee of the Massa- 
chusetts State Federation. Belongs to many other literary and civic or- 
ganizations. First graduate of Lawrence to join the Boston branch of 
Association of Collegiate Alumnae. 

Married, January 19, 1876, William A. Waterhouse, native of Bow- 
doinham, Maine. Children: William Eben, graduate of Harvard Univer- 
sity and Harvard Law School; and Harold Pillsbury, graduate of Harvard 
University and Boston University Law School; in partnership with his 
brother. 

165. EVA MAY PUTNEY. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, June 6, 1877, at Brookfield, Wisconsin. 
Born, April 1, 1852, Brookfield, Wisconsin. 

After graduation became teacher in State School for the Blind, Janes- 
ville, Wisconsin, which position she held at the time of her death. 

166. LINUS HOMER SEAVER. (Deceased.) 

Born, January 4, 1848, Montreal, Canada. 

Educated at Olivet, Michigan, Lawrence University, 1874-1875; Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1876. Degrees B. S. from Lawrence University, B. 
L. from Michigan University. 

Engaged in practice of law at Ellsworth from 1877 to present time, 
with exception of one year. 

1882-1886, county attorney of Ellsworth county; 1892, mayor of Ells- 
worth; 1894-1898, treasurer of Ellsworth; 1897-1901, member of Kansas 
legislature for three terms; made two trips to Europe; member of A. F. 
and A. M. 

Married, 1880, Nellie V. Osborne, of Nunda, New York. Children: 
W. R. Seaver, lawyer at Ellsworth, Wisconsin; C. H. Seaver, electrician 
with Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Chicago. 

167. JOHN JAMES SIMPSON. 

Present address, Crown Point, Indiana. 

Born, April 7, 1851, at Springfield, Ohio. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1870-1875. Degrees, B. S. and M. S. 

1875-1880, taught school; 1881-1894, published newspapers at Antigo, 
Wisconsin, and Bessemer, Michigan. Entered the Presbyterian ministry 
in 1896. 

Has always taken a special interest in pioneer and missionary work. 
Took leading part in the organization of Langlade county, Wisconsin, in 
1881; also in the organization of Gogebic county, Michigan, in 1886-ld87. 
Gave special attention to the early education and religious development of 
both these regions. Founded Presbyterian church of North Milwaukee in 
1897. After eleven years as pastor there, came to Indiana where he was 
pastor of Presbyterian churches until recently, when retired. 

Married, 1880, Sarah P. Hawthorne, a native of New Brunswick. 
Children: Ralph H., with the Modern Steel Structural company, Chicago, 
Illinois; and Ethel M., instructor of music. 

168. HOWARD WIN SLOW TILTON. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1902. 

Born, June 9, 1849, Frankfort, Maine. 
Degree, A. M. from Lawrence. 

Journalist. For a time editor of the Janesville, Wisconsin, Gazette. 
Later editor of the "Omaha Bee;" influential in politics. 

Married, November 15, 1876, Mary L. Joslyn of Janesville. 



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169. EUGENE GROVER UPDIKE. (Deceased.) 

Died, December 24, 1917. 

Born, November 18, 1850, at Enfield, New York. 

Educated at Wayland Academy; Garrett Biblical Institute; Lawrence 
University, 1871-1875. Degrees of A. B. and D. D. from Lawrence. 

For fourteen years was in the Methodist ministry. For 25 years was 
pastor of the most popular Congregational church in the northwest with 
more than 3,000 persons in his parish located at La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Favorite recreation farming and not preaching. 

Married, September 6, 1876, Clara Faville. 

170. ELIZABETH CAROLINE (VIVIAN) HARRINGTON. 

(Deceased.) 

Deceased, October 11, 1902, at sanatarium in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 6, 1852, Augusta, Maine. 

Married, February 26, 1877, to William W. Hutchinson of Appleton, 
Wisconsin. Children: Vivian Harwood, Reeve Huntington and Foye 
Hutchinson. Married, July, 1900, H. S. Harrington, at Riverside, Illinois. 

171. ALEXANDER BERT WHITMAN. (Deceased.) 

Born April, 1854, town of Turner, Maine. 

Entered Lawrence in 1870, graduated in 1875, classical course. 

After graduation, worked as carpenter, taught school at different places, 
closing his educational work with nine years as city superintendent of 
Appleton schools. Studied law in offices of Judge J. E. Harriman, John 
Bottensek and Harry C. Sloan; and commenced the practice of law in 1883, 
Appleton. Was city attorney; also engaged in real estate, and iron and 
other kinds of mining. 

Married, 1876, Eliza M. Briggs, daughter of W. W. and Mary E. 
Briggs. Children: Irene L., married to W. B. Bullock; Mary A., married 
to G. L. Blood; Elizabeth C. 



XX. CLASS OF 1376. 



172. MARY JULIA (BALCH) HOUGHTON. 

Present address, 76 Warren Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born, Weyauwega, Wisconsin, January 21, 1855. 

Educated at the Weyauwega high school; and at Lawrence from 1871 
to -1876. 

Taught school one year after graduation. Belongs to several literary 
societies, and is also connected with the College Endowment society of 
Milwaukee. Active in missionary societies and women's clubs. 

Married, Frank W. Houghton, September 29, 1879. Children: See 
No. 181. 

173. EBEN PAGE BRIGGS. 

Present address, Winneconne, Wisconsin. 
Born, Hortonville, Wisconsin, March 20, 1854. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1871-1876. Degrees of B. S. and 
M. S. , 

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the Briggs House, Appleton, Wis.; 1887-1892, manager of Victoria Flour 
Mills, Appleton, Wis. Town clerk of Winneconne for five years. At 
present engaged in farming near Winneconne, Wisconsin. 

Married, May 19, 1881, Miss E. M. Tipler, who died February 28, 
1890. Married, January 2, 1892, Carrie L. Tipler. Three children: Inez 
E., George E., and Edna M. 

174. MARY (CLEGGETT) VANDERHOOP. 

Present address, Gay Head, Massachusetts. 

Born in Pennsylvania, of Scotch-Irish ancestry. 

Educated at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

After graduation taught in the south for eight years. In 1886 settled 
in Massachusetts. Author of "Legends of Gay Head." Postmaster Gay 
Head 1908-1913. Published an Indian history in 1904; again in 1920. 

Married, at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, in March, 1883, to Edwin D. Van- 
derhoop. Seven children. Edwin, the oldest, deceased 1909. 

175. MARY NASH (CONKEY) HADDOCK. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 12, 1913. 

Born, June 2, 1854, at Pontotoc, Mississippi. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1874 to 1876. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

Occupied after marriage as a busy pastor's wife and home maker. 
Accomplished artist in drawing, painting and water-color. Has done mag- 
azine illustrating. Illustrated "Nature's Calendar." Water-colors ac- 
cepted and exhibited by the Boston Art Club, and the Atlantic exposition. 

Married, October 25, 1877, Frank C. Haddock, Watertown, New York. 
Children: See No. 179. 

176. WALLACE KING COOK. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 14, 1903. 

Born, October, 21, 1848, at Gratiot, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1870 to 1876. Degree of A. M. 

For many years employed as right-of-way agent for the Chicago & 
Northwestern Railway company. 

Married, September 5, 1878, Mary M. Orbison, of Appleton, Wiscon- 
sin. Two children: William Orbison and Edna King. 

177. THOMAS MARTIN EVANS. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1915. 

Born, November 26, 1852, at Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 
Attended Lawrence University from 1872-1876. Degrees of B. S., A. B. 
and A. M. Degree of D. D. from Cornell College in 1906. 

Entered West Wisconsin Conference 1876; 1883 became a member of 
the Upper Iowa Conference in which he served in its most prominent 
charges. At one time District Superintendent of the Waterloo district. 

Married, June 2, 1880, Ella M. James. Children: Nelson James; 
Irma L., married, present name Gates; Thomas Edward; and John Crippen- 

178. EDWARD WILLARD FARNHAM. 

Present address, Cedaredge, Col., R. F. D., Box 61. 

Born, December 19, 1851, at Johnstown, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Janesville high school; Milton College, and Lawrence 
University, from 1873 to 1876. Degrees A. B. and A. M. at Lawrence. 

Occupied since graduation in teaching in Wisconsin, then in business 
in Aberdeen, S. D., Sioux City, Iowa, Wichita, Kansas, St. Louis, Mis- 



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souri, in 1896 became manager of the busness house of J. I. Case & Co., 
at St. Louis, Missouri, in which business he was very successful. Spends 
his time at present in looking after his farm interests. Won the Grand 
Prize over the world in his line of fruit at the St. Louis World's Fair in 
1904. For some years engaged in fruit farming. 

Favorite recreation is work. 

Married, March 10, 1886, Josie E. Reynolds, of Wichita, Kansas, now 
deceased. Three children, only one is living, Willard E., who is professor 
of English, Washington and Lee University. 

179. FRANK CHAINING HADDOCK. (Deceased.) 

Died February 15, 1915. 

Born, November 17, 1853, at Watertown, New York. 

Educated at Lawrence University, from 1869 to 1876. Degrees B. S. 
and M. S. from Lawrence; and Ph. D., 1904, from Boston University. 

Pastor of various churches in Maine, Connecticut, Ohio and Massa- 
chusetts. 

Editor of the Lawrence University "Neoterian;" also "the Christian 
Statesman," "The Milwaukee Globe," a contributor to the "Central Law 
Journal," "Southern Law Review." Author of "Life of Rev. George C. 
Haddock, M. A.," "A Boy and the Christ," "Power of Will," and "Power 
for Success," "Personal Atmosphere," "Business Power," "Culture of 
Courage," "The New Psychology." Contributor to "Methodist Review," 
"Journal of Pedagogy," and other publications. 

Married, October 25, 1877, Mary Nash Conkey, of Appleton. Two 
children: Marion Theodora and Helen Conkey. 

180. HENRY POTTER HAYLETT. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, May, 1905, at Racine, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 4, 1852, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. 

Degree, A. M. from Lawrence. 

Graduate of Boston University theological school in 1880. 

Engaged through life in the ministry of the Methodist church. Sta- 
tioned two years at Superior, one year at Appleton, one year at Fond du 
Lac, two years at Waukesha, five years at Racine. Member of general 
conference in 1894. 1894-1896, financial agent of Lawrence University. 

Children: Grace and Helen. 

181. FRANK WILBUR HOUGHTON. 

Present address, 76 Warren Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 21, 1849, at Adam's Basin, Monroe county, New 
York. 

Educated at the district school, Adam's Basin, New York; at Law- 
rence from 1870 to 1876. 

Principal of high school at Wausau, Wisconsin, 1876 : 1880. Read law 
while teaching. Admitted to the bar 1879. Practiced law at Oshkosh, 
Wisconsin, 1880-1900. In 1900 removed to Milwaukee, and continued the 
practice of law. 

Married, September 29, 1877, Mary Julia Balch, a classmate, of Wey- 
auwega, Wisconsin. Children: L. Madge; M. Ruth Curry; Albert B., 
practicing law in Milwaukee; Frank Wilbur, Jr., died November 13, 1897; 
Harry A., deceased in June, 1914. 

182. MINNIE HELEN (MORY) PECK. 

Present address, West Palm Beach, Florida. 
Born, June 3, 1856, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Degree of M. S. from Lawrence. 

Taguht school at Muskegon, Michigan, one year pervious to marriage. 
Married, September 18, 1878, Fred Leslie Peck of Muskegon, Michi- 
gan, who died September, 1880. 



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183. JUSTUS HENRY NELSON. 

Present address, Caixa 449, Para, Brazil, S. A. 

Born in the primeval forest, in the township of Menomonee, Wauke- 
sha county, Wisconsin, December 22, 1850. 

Entered Lawrence in January, 1872; School of Theology of Boston 
University, graduating in 1879 with the degree of" S. T. B. Degree of 
A. M. from Lawrence in 1878. The year after graduating from the School 
of Theology was spent in eclectic studies in the Medical school of Boston 
University. 

In 1880 went as missionary to Brazil, earning his living by teaching 
English, German and Portugese. For twenty years edited the"Brazilian 
Christian Advocate." 

Married, April 13, 1880, to Fannie Bishop Capen at Stoughton, Massa- 
chusetts. Four living children, one deceased. Three are graduates of Bos- 
ton University and one of Reed College. 

184. GRACE (POMEROY) ROBERTS. 

Present address, 320 S. Main Street, Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Born, Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1855. 

Educated at Lawrence, from 1869 to 1876. 

1878-1879, taught public schools, Waupaca; 1880-1881, taught in Ap- 
pleton schools. 

Married, 1882, to Charles Edward Roberts of Waupaca. Children: 
Helen, wife of Jos. Steele, Appleton, and Robert, of Fairfax, Washington. 

185. CHARLENA (VAN VLECK) ANDERSON. 

Present address, Menlo Park, California. 

Born, June 27, 1853, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1869-1874. Degree of A. B. 1876. 1875-1876, 
studied in Germany. Wife of college professor since 1877, at Butler Uni- 
versity, Knox College, Purdue and Iowa State Universities. Resided with 
children in Germany, 1890-1892; at Stanford University since 1892. Spent 
1908 in European travel. 

Married, April 27, 1875, to Melville Best Anderson. Children: Bal- 
four Van Vleck, deceased; Malcolm Playfair, field naturalist, for five 
years in charge of the Duke of Bedford's expedition in eastern Asia for 
London Zoological Society; later in South America for Field Museum; 
Robert Van Vleck, with U. S. Geological Survey from 1906-1913 and now 
in private geological work, London. Two children, Balfour and Gertrude, 
deceased. 

186. IDA BEATTA (WRIGHT) ALBERS. 

Present address, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin, February 1, 1856. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1870-1876. Degrees of B. S. and M. S 

Taught previous to marriage. Secretary of the library board at An- 
tigo for four years. Taught in the Industrial School for Girls, in Mil- 
waukee. 

Member of Nequi Antigo Siebah Chapter D. A. R. and regent for 
two years. Member of Woman's Club, Antigo. 

Married, June 16, 1886, John F. Albers, native of New Holstein Wis- 
consin. Children: Laurinda A., graduated at the University of Wisconsin 
in 1911; John Wright, graduated from Beloit College in 191 9 



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XXI. CLASS OF 1877. 

187. OLIN ALFRED CURTIS. (Deceased.) 

Died, January, 1918. 

Born, December 10, 1850, Frankfort, Maine. 

Educated Lawrence University to 1877; theological school, Boston Uni- 
versity, 1880; courses in divinity, moral science and philosophy, Leipsic 
Unversity, 1886-1888; Erlangen University 1890; Marburg University 1893; 
Edinburgh University 1894. Degrees A. M. from Lawrence; S. T. D. from 
Boston. 

Methodist ministry, 1880-1883 at Janesville, 1883-1886 at Milwaukee, 
1888-1889 at Chicago; 1889-1895, professor in systematic theology, Boston 
University; September, 1896, professor Systematic Theology, Emeritus 
Drew Theological Seminary. 

Author of "Lectures in Systematic Theology," and "The Christian 
Life;" also various theological papers. 

Married, Eva Farlin, deceased. Married Helen Francis Hunt, de- 
ceased. Married, 1912. Two daughters, Grace and Helen. 

188. MARY ELLEN DANIELS. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 13, 1921. 

Born, Mellenville, Columbia county, New York. 

Educated at Appleton common schools, and at Lawrence 1871-1877, 
excepting three terms. Taught in common schools in 1878-1879. 

189. JOHN SCOTT DAVIS. 

Present address, 561 — 33rd Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 9, 1849, in Pennsylvania. 

Educated, Lawrence 1873-1877; Boston University, 1878-1881. De- 
grees, B. S., A. M., D. D., from Lawrence; B. D. from Boston University. 

Occupied as clergyman of the Methodist church in Wisconsin. Trus- 
tee of Lawrence College for many years. Traveled in Europe. 

Married, October 8, 1884, Edith Smith, of '75. Children: Mary, Ruth, 
married to D. H. Stevens, class of 1906; Richard and Elizabeth. 

190. DAVID GARDNER EARL. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, August 27, 1892. 

Born at Aztalan, Jefferson county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1872-1877; Rush Medical College. 
Degrees obtained: M. S. from Lawrence, and M. D. from Rush Medical 
College. From 1878-1881 post graduate work at Rush Medical College. 

Practiced medicine at Lake Mills until time of death. Was member 
of Wisconsin Medical Society. 

Married, September 20, 1881, Fanny I. Kennish. Children: Clara 
Louise, died December 20, 1883; Florence Corlett. 

191. EVA HARRIET (FARLIN) CURTIS. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1883. 

Born, May 31, 1854, Portland, New York. 

Educated at Lawrence University 1871-1877. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 
Taught school more or less until marriage. 

Married, September 12, 1880, to Olin A. Curtis. One child, Grace 
Farlin. 



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192. LEOPOLD HAMMEL. 

Present address, 82 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 24, 1858, Rochester, New York. 

Educated in common schools of Appleton; and at Lawrence 1870-1S<7; 
at Columbia College law school, New York, 1878-1879. Degrees, B. S. 
and M. S. from Lawrence. 

From 1879-1887, practiced law at Appleton, and since then at Mil- 
waukee. 

In years 3885-1886-1887-1888 member of Wisconsin legislature; 1893- 
1894, district attorney, Milwaukee county. An officer of several religious 
and charitable associations, and business corporations. Member of several 
political clubs and other societies. One of the founders of Mount Sinai 
Hospital of Milwaukee and secretary for 21 years. Chairman of the Re- 
ligious School Board of Congregation Emanuel for 25 years. 

Married, October 23, 1889, Carrie Hammel, born at Appleton. No 
children. 

193. HELEN MARIA (HAYWARD) DREW. 

Present address, Kilbourn, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 29, 1853, at Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools and Lawrence. Degrees of B. S. and M. 
S. Member of church and philanthropic societies. 

Married, March 5, 1879, to Mark A. Drew. Children: Robert and 
Wilbur, who died in infancy; Harris E. Drew, graduate of Lawrence. 
Engaged in newspaper work in Janesville. 

194. GERTRUDE SARAH (IRISH) STOW. 

Present address, Box 101, Aberdeen, South Dakota. 

Born, January 9, 1854, Hopewell, New York. 

Occupied before marriage as a teacher. 

Married to Alexander W. Stow, class of 1880. See No. 237. 

195. FANNY ISABEL (KENNISH) EARL. 

Present address, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Born at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1872-1877. Degrees, B. S. and M. 
S. from Lawrence. Studied in Greek and Hebrew history at Leland Stan- 
ford University; also took lectures at Sorbonne, Paris. 

Member of League of American Pen-Women, Washington, D. C. 
Taught at Mineral Point, 1877-1878; Kilbourn, 1878-1879; Appleton first 
ward, 1879-1881. Organized and was first president of the Lake Mills 
Woman's Club; member of art and other committees of Wisconsin Feder- 
ation of Woman's clubs; member of League of American Pen-Women, 
Washington, D. C. ; American Association of University Women. 

Traveled in thirty states of the Union, and spent the year 1908-1909 
in Europe; spent three. months in England, five in Paris, and the remain- 
der of the year traveling in France, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium. 
Has done occasional journalistic and magazine work. Three years with 
the publishnig house (Historical Association, Madison), and wrote the his- 
tory of Waukesha and La Crosse counties, and has done work on "En- 
cyclopedic History of the Civil War," and also has done research studies 
in connection with this work in Madison Historical Library. Has written 
a good many stories and poems. Now working especially in historical and 
genealogical lines. 

Married, September 20, 1881, at Waupaca, to David Earl. M. D. 
Children: Clara Louisa, born Sept. 21, 1882, died Dec 20, 1883; Florence 
Corlett, educated at Leland Stanford University and University of Wis- 
consin, graduating in the class of 1907. Married May 23, 1912, to Lieut. 
Robert Lee Loundsburg, who was killed while attempting to stop a run- 
away horse of the wife of another officer on Oct. 2, 1912. Married, June 
2, 1917, to C. F. Wilke, Chicago. 



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106. FANNY CAROLINE LeGROS. 

Present address, Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 7, 1855, Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1872-1877. Degree B. A. Post graduate work 
in biological department of University of Minnesota and at Chautauqua 
with instructors from Cornell University. 

By profession, teacher. First six years at Wausau high school; since 
1884 at Minneapolis, as principal of Franklin, Blaine and Hawthorne 
schools until 1917. Member National Association of University Women. 
As a supervising principal was greatly interested in teaching "citizenship," 
organizing the student body in lines of cooperative school government. 
The Blaine schools became the civic center of an enriched community life. 

197. WILLIAM H. MYLREA. (Deceased.) 

Born, Rochester, New York, January 1, 1853. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1873-1877. Degree of 15. A. 

1883 attorney-at-law; 1887-1888, district attorney of Marathon county, 
Wisconsin; 1895-1898, attorney general of Wisconsin. 

Married, November 12, 1884, Minnie Ostrander, native of Jefferson, 
Wisconsin. 



198. PAUL DOUGLAS PETERSON. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 30, 1905. 

Born, August, 4, 1856, Buffalo, New York. 

Married, November 27, 1879, Celia Blankenberg of Fond du Lac, 
Wisconsin. 

100. DUANE RIFENBARK. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 25, 1914, at Big Stone, South Dakota. 

Born, Lowville, New York, August 7, 1849. 

Educated in the common schools of Wisconsin, and in Mrs. Pooler's 
private school at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; Lawrence, 1872-1877. Degree 
of B. S. 

Taught school at Calumet Harbor, Wisconsin, and Yankton, South Da- 
kota, about two years. Entered the ministry of the ' Methodist Episcopal 
church in 1882. Occupied prominent pulpits and was district superin- 
tendent of the Watertown district conference. 

Conference secretary and treasurer for six years and delegate to the 
general conference in Los Angeles, in 1904. 

Married, October 21, 1879, Miss Elizabeth Rothman, of Calumet Har- 
bor. Children: Olin M. and Howard H., Roy D., Lioyd J., and Grace E. 



XXII. CLASS OF 1878. 

2<H>. HENRI' ARTHUR ALBERS. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 31, 1916. 

Degrees, M. S. from Lawrence and M. D. from Rush Medical Col- 
lege. Graduated from Rush Medical, March, 1881. 

Born at New Holstein, Wisconsin, May 13, 1856. Professor of 
medicine from 1893-1913 in Wisconsin; College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons; medical examiner for New York Life, New York Mutual, and 
Northwestern Life Insurance companies. Member of various medical 
associations. 

Married, February 2, 1882, to Caroline Fleischer. Children: John N., 
Edgar H., Chicago; Caroline A. 



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201. LEDA AMANDA (BALLARD) CLARK. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, October .6, 1854, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Cornell University in 1874; 
Lawrence, 1875 to 1878 in scientific course. 

Married, December 5, 1883, to Orlando E. Clark, deceased. One son, 
Tildon Ballard, in manufacturing business at Buffalo, N. Y. 

202. MINNIE EDMEA (BIRGE) SAWYER. 

Present address, 839, Mendocino Road, Berkeley, California. 

Born, October 6, 1857, at Horicon, Wis. Father a manufacturer of 
farming implements. 

Entered Lawrence as a freshman and graduated in 1878. Degrees 
A. B. and A. M. 

Summer school courses at Harvard and State Universities of Wash- 
ington and California. Also studied in Germany. Teacher of German 
in college of Pacific, San Jose, Calif., 1903-1911, having charge of the de- 
partment from 1908. Removed to Berkeley 1911. Holds membership in 
Collegiate Alumnae Association and Phi Beta Kappa; was vice-president 
of Pacific branch of the W. F. M. S. Traveled in Germany from 1885- 
1887 where she assisted her husband, Prof. W. C. Sawyer, in preparing 
"Teutonic Legends" and revising his German Grammar. Is now editing 
some manuscripts left by Dr. Sawyer which she expects soon to publish. 

Married, July 1, 1877, at Appleton, Wis., to Prof. W. C. Sawyer, 
then of Lawrence College, now deceased. Children: Wilbur A., M. N., a 
doctor in Australia, serving the International Health Board; John B., vice- 
counsel general in Shanghai; Edna M., artist and singer, married to R. M. 
MeCill, Berkeley; George H., farmer in San Joaquin Valley, officer in 
California Farm Bureau. 

203. OLIVE ANNETTE (CLARK) RICHARDSON. (Deceased.) 

Born, September 28, 1857, West Halifax, Vermont. 
Before marriage engaged in teaching school. 

204. FRANK IRA FISHER. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1886. 

Occupied till death in the Methodist ministry in the state of Min- 
nesota. Educated Lawrence College, School of Theology of Boston Uni- 
versity. A man of exceptional promise. 

205. ALFRED CRAFT McCOMB. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 20, 1857, at Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1873 to 1878, Degrees B. S. and M. S.. 
From 1878-1885 professor in Wisconsin high schools. 1883 to 1887, city 
superintendent of schools at Bozeman, Montana. Since then to the pres- 
ent, real estate dealer in city plats and additions and in handling large 
timber land, making city plats at Wisconsin Rapids, Clover Lake re- 
sort. Rib Lake, Wis., Bozeman, Mont., and Oshkosh, Wis. Owned and 
conducted a peacock ranch in Montana from 1S90-1894; since 1892 sold 
timber lands in Wisconsin. Michigan, Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas and 
Missouri; deals at present in bonds and stocks; was for six vears trustee 
of Lawrence College; member of Elks Club, Oshkosh; traveled extensively 
in all parts of the United States and Europe. 

Married, June 13. 1894, Ella G. Wilson, now deceased, Oshkosh, Wis- 
consin. Children: Goldy Belle, harpist, who graduated from Oshkosh high 
school and studied at Northwestern and Wisconsin Universities; Mary 
Jane, attending Lindenwood College; and Mark W., attending Lawrence 
College. 



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20G. MARY MELISSA (ORBISON) COOK. 

Present address, 77 North Arlington Ave., East Orange, New Jersey. 
Born, September 12, 1857, at Watertown, Wisconsin. 
Educated at Lawrence, 1872 to 1878. Degree B. S. 
Married, September 5, 1878, to Wallis K. Cook, deceased. Children: 
Edna Cook Johnstone of East Orange; William Orbison, Jersey City, N. J. 

207. ELIZABETH ANNA (RICHMOND) MILLAR. 

Present address, 803 The McKilvey, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, September 23, 1858, Portage City, Wisconsin. 

Graduated at Lawrence, B. S. degree; took course at Wellesley Col- 
lege 1878-1879. Member of Woman's University Club, Musical Arts So- 
ciety; also Ladies' Musical Club of Seattle. Teacher of singing. Three 
trips to Europe. Studied in Paris. 

Married at Appleton, Wis., to William E. Millar. One child, Marjorie 
C, violinist, who has studied four years in Brussels and St. Petersburg, 
Russia. 

208. MINNA ISABEL (ROGERS) WINSLOW. 

Present address, 731 Lawrence street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 22, 1857, at Ontonagon, Michigan. 

Educated at Lawrence 1873 to 1878. Degree M. S. 

Superintendent of public schools at Appleton, 1892-1893. Member of 
Wednesday Club, Riverview Country Club and Travel Class. 

Married, November 25,^ 1878, to Rush Winslow, M. D. Children: 
Margaret, married to Benjamin Russell, Hammill, South Dakota, and 
Kenelm, New York. 

209. EARL BURT SMITH. 

Present address, Somerton, Arizona. 

Born, December 15, 1855, at Toronto, Canada. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1873 to 1878. Degree B. S. 

Practiced law at Chicago; 1890 to 1893, president and general mana- 
ger of Miehle Printing Press and Manufacturing Company, Chicago; 1893 
to 1897, publisher, at 350 Dearborn street, Chicago; 1898 to 1904, mana- 
ger Oliver Typewriter Company, at New York city. Moved to Riverside 
county, California, in 1905, where he practiced law until 1889; removed 
to Somerton, Arizona, in 1909. Elected president of the Yuma County 
Water Users Associations in 1912. In 1912, elected chairman of the 
Federation of Water Users Associations. Owns and operates an 80-acre 
irrigated ranch upon which he resides. 

Married, September 6, 1884, Mary Adelle Taylor, of Earlville, Illi- 
nois. Children: Earl Taylor, rancher at Somerton, Arizona; Robert L., 
physician; Delia Priscilla, wife of Dr. C. E. Arnold, San Jacinto, Calif. 

210. ISABELLA ELIZABETH (SMITH) WHITE. 

Present address, 

Born, October, 1854, at Toronto City, Ontario. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1874 to 1878. Graduated from Woman's Med- 
ical College, Chicago, in 1883. Degree B. S. from Lawrence and M. D. 
from Woman's Medical College. 

Following graduation from Lawrence, taught two years* in high school 
at _ Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. Entered upon the work of Christian 
Science practitioner in Hartford, Conn., 1909. 

Married in 1882, Samuel K. White, of Maine. Children: Isabella M. 
Stimple; Clara A. Wolcott; S. K., Jr., mechanical engineer; Margaret D., 
an artist; Helen R. Whitehead; and Mary J. 



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211. GEORGE FRANCIS STEELE. 

Present address, Box 1470, Montreal, Canada. 

Born, October 16, 1858, at Watertown, Massachusetts. 

Father was president of Lawrence College from 1865-1879. 

Educated at Lawrence University between the years 1869 and 1877. 
Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 

In paper manufacturing business at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1879; later 
employed by the Deering & International Harvester Companies as general 
manager of manufacturing. Subsequently superintendent of several paper 
manufacturing plants in Wisconsin. 

Married, January 17, 1883, Jessie Dew'ey, of Rutland, Vermont, now 
deceased. Married, December 25, 1912, to Alice Frederick, Chicago, 111. 
Children: Constance Steele Ross; Roderick Swift Steele; Katharine Steele; 
Dorothy Steele. 



XXIII. CLASS OF 1879. 

212. LEWIS FAULKNER ACERS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1893. 

213. IRENE (BALLARD) ORBISON. 

Present address, Lawrence street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born September 21, 1858, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence 1875-1879. Degree of B. S. 

Married, September 22, 1880, to Thomas W. Orbison of Plover, Wis- 
consin. Children: Thomas E., Nellie Irene, and Mary Cook. 

214. LYDIA CORNELIUS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, February 28, 1881, at Oneida, Wisconsin. 
Born, 1857, at Oneida, Wisconsin. 
Oneida Indian. 

215. HORACE JAMES EVANS. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 9, 1857, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

Occupied as teacher. 

216. RICHARD DeLACY EVANS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1899. 

Born, June 9, 1854, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

1880, admitted to the bar. Located at Monroe, Wisconsin. 

217. GEORGE EMORY FELLOWS. 

Present address, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Born, June 9, 1858, at Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Northwestern University Academy in 1874; Lawrence 
University from 1875 to 1879. Degrees: A. B., A. M., and L. H. D. from 
Lawrence; Ph. D. from University of Berne, Switzerland, LL. D. from 
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Universities of Munich and Berne 1888-1889. Studied later at Edin- 
burgh and Paris. 1879 and for several years afterwards principal of vari- 
ous high schools in Wisconsin, Louisiana and Illinois. Professor of Euro- 
pean history at Iindiana University, 1891-1895; assistant professor Euro- 
pean history University of Chicago 1895-1902. President of the University 
of Maine 1902-1911; president James Millikin University, Decatur, 111., 
1912-1915; professor history, University of Utah, 1915. Member of the 
Quadrangle Club, Chicago University Club, Boston, and the Round Table 
Club at New Orleans, six years president of the Twentieth Century Club, 
Bangor, Maine, seven years secretary and treasurer of National Associa- 
tion of State Universities, member of National Educational Association, 
and for a time president of the department of Higher Educaton; member 
of the New Orleans Academy of Sciences. 

Traveled in Europe three different times; organized and equipped 
the first "General Farming Train" in the United States in 1906 and ran 
it for five months over all parts of the state of Maine. 

Married, October 25, 1881, Lucia Russell, of Randolph, Wisconsin. 
Children: Gladys Ethel, wife of Prof. G. F. Wittig, Yale University, born 
18S3; Dorothy R. B., deceased 1907; Donald R. H., production manager 
of the Gillliam Advertising Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 

218. FRANK ANTOINE NIMITS. 

Present address, East Troy, Wisconsin. 

Born, Sault Ste. Marie, October, 26, 1854. 

Educated at high school at Ontonagon, Michigan; Lawrence Univer- 
sity from 1874 to 1879; three years at Garrett Biblical Institute. De- 
grees B. S. and M. S. from Lawrence, and diploma from Garrett. 

1881 to 1886, principal of various high schools; 1887 entered ministry 
of Methodist Episcopal church. 

Married, March 6, 1881, Miss Elizabeth Klyver, deceased. Children: 
Francis Marion, married to Mr. J. H. Linderman, and Charles. 

219. MILTON CLIFTON PORTER. 

Present address, 607 Cedar street, Merrill, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 22, 1855, in Winnebago county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1873 to 1879. Taught three terms while 
at Lawrence. 

After graduation, principal of Merrill high school, superintendent of 
its city schools for seven years; studied law in Oshkosh and was ad- 
mitted to practice in 1888. Was city attorney, district attorney and county 
judge of Lincoln county, Wisconsin. Member of city school board for 
many years. 

Married, December 31, 1881, Ella M. Rideout, of Oshkosh, who died 
October 31, 1901. Children: Ward K., physician; Winnifred and Bonnie. 

220. EDITH LETITIA (SMITH) DAVIS. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 19, 1918. 

Born, January 20, 1859, Milton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Milton College; Lawrence 1877-1879; Wellesley. Degrees, 
A. B. D. Lit. and A. M., Lawrence. 

1881-1884, teacher of English literature, Clark University, Atlanta, 
Georgia. International Secretary Scientific Temperance Instruction, W. 
C. T. U. 

Author of short stories, "Two," "Whether White or Black, a man," 
"A Battle for a Soul." 

Married, October, 1884, to John Scott Davis, of '77. Children: 
Mary; Ruth, now Mrs. D. H. Stevens, of Chicago; Richard, and Elizabeth. 



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221. IGNATIUS DAVID STEFFEN. 

Present address, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 17, 1855, at Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

Educated in county school and Lawrence University. Degrees M. S. 
from Lawrence, M. D. from Rush Medical College, 1887. 

Practiced medicine at Antigo since 1887; attended New York post 
graduate medical school. Mayor Antigo three times, health officer and 
president of school board. Member of Wisconsin State Board of Health. 
Member of American Medical Association and State Medical Society and 
American Association of Surgeons; Surgeon to Chicago & Northwestern 
Railway Co. Member of Monday Night Club. 

Married, July, 1883, Effie Nye, of Ellington, Wisconsin. Children: 
Bernice E.; Lyman A., physician and surgeon at Antigo; Glyndon F. ; 
deceased; Margaret L., teacher at Antigo; Richard David, student. 

222. FLORENCE CHARLOTTE (THOMPSON) MURCH. 

Present address, 1703 — 11th Street, Greeley, Colorado. 

Born, March 30, 1859, Fulton, New York. 

Educated at Poinette and Lawrence University 1873 to 1879. De- 
grees A. B. and A. M. 

Taught in the first ward school, Appleton, 1879 to 1880; Portage high 
school, 1880 to 1882. Member of Art Club, Denver; Shamrock Club, 
Greeley. 

Married, August 30, 1882, to George H. Murch of Appleton, Wiscon- 
sin. Children: Florence May, married; Clarence, killed in mine accident; 
Walter, married; George; Henry; and Helen, married. 

223. HENRY ALLEN TICE. 

Present address, 2032 Greenwood Street, Pueblo, Colorado. 

Born, August 30, 1855, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Entered Lawrence 1875; graduated 1879. Studied law but entered 
railroad service Operating Department; was chief clerk, division super- 
intendent, trainmaster, and later superintendent. Traveled extensively in 
United States and Mexico. 

Married, October 26, 1881, to Ella J. Webb of Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Eldon, physician; Harold, efficiency engineer; Belle (Mrs. J. 
D. Gassett) ; Josephine. 



XXIV. CLASS OF 1880. 



224. ADDIS ALBRO. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 7, 1911. 

Born, Middleburgh, New York, February 18, 1855. 

Educated at Ft. Edward Collegiate Institute, Ft. Edward, New 
York; Fort Wayne College, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; and at Lawrence Uni- 
versity, where he graduated with the degree of B. S. In 1879 was 
licensed to preach and subsequently joined the North Indiana conference; 
oi the Methodist Episcopal church. In 1886 he graduated from the law 
department of the Union University, receiving the degree of LL. B. 1901- 
1904, chaplain of Michigan Military Academy. 1893-1894 served as 
chaplain of the senate of New York state and in 1900 was a delegate 
from Michigan to the national Republican convention. Author of "Our 
Country's Flag." 

Married, February 19, 1878, Mary Alice Scribner of Schoharie, New 
York. Children: Addis Bliss, research chemist; Ames Scribner; Ruth; 
and Ward Sloan. 



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225. EDWARD HALL APLIN. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1899. 

Born, 1860, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 
Home at time of graduation was Elkhorn, Wisconsin. 
Teacher; admitted to bar in 1882; practiced law at Huron, Dakota; 
district attorney; state senator. 

2126. HELEN ROBINSON (ENOS) PUTNEY. 

Present address, Nashua, Iowa. 

Born, January 18, 1859, Gloversville, New York. 

Before her marriage taught many years in public schools of Appleton. 

Married, to Leigh Putney at Appleton. Children; Leona May. 

22T. ELLEN FRANCES (HUNT) CURTIS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1895. 

After graduation at Lawrence took course at Wellesley College, Mas- 
sachusetts. Taught at Lawrence University. 

Married, to O. A. Curtis, class of '77 Children: See 187. 

228. WALTER BERTRAND KELLOGG. 

Present address, 1927 John Avenue, Superior, Wisconsin. 

Born, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 16, 1859. 

Educated in the public schools of Milwaukee; and at Lawrence, 1874 
to 1889. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

Studied law in Minneapolis and was admitted in 1885. Practiced in 
Minneapolis, Fargo, Superior, Wisconsin. Been public administrator of 
Douglas county since 1909. Interested in civic matters. 

Married, Venetta White of Hudson, Wisconsin. Children: Laura W. 
(Byard); Delos H.; Mary C; and Venetta. 

229. THOMAS ALBERT MeKAY. 

Present address, South Range, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 3, 1854, at Grand Chute, one mile from Appleton. 

Educated in district school; private school at Appleton; Lawrence Uni- 
versity. Degrees M. S., Lawrence; A. M., University of Indiana, for 
work done in German. Engaged in farming. Has kept up work in mod- 
ern languages, economics and anthropology. 

Member of the African Society and of the American Anthropology 
Association. Reports his favorite recreation as the study of Anthropology, 
Linguistics, Archaeology and Religions. 

Unmarried. 

230. CHARLES GAYGER ORR. 

At last report was residing in state of Minnesota. 
Born, January 24, 1857, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

231. LIBBIE JANE (PLANTZ) MILLAR. 

Present address, 309 S. Bluff Street, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 25, 1857, at Johnstown, New York. 

Educated at Milton College; Lawrence University 1879 to 1880. De- 
gree of M. S. 

Studied music in New' England Conservatory. Taught music in vari- 
ous places. Favorite recreation is china painting. After graduaton for 
one year in charge of Eau Claire Academy. 

Married, October 3, 1883, Webster Millar. One daughter, Ina Beata 
(Rice), Beloit, Wis., a graduate of Lawrence. 



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232. SAMUEL. PLA1VTZ. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 13, 1859, at Gloversville, New York. 

Educated at Milton College, Lawrence University, School of Theology, 
Boston University, 1880 to 1883; School of All Sciences, Boston Univer- 
sity, 1883 to 1886; Berlin University, Germany, 1890 to 1891. Degrees: 
A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence; S. T. B. and Ph. D. from Boston Uni- 
versity; D. D. from Albion College. Degree of LL. D. from Baker Uni- 
versity, University of Wisconsin and Northwestern University. 

Member of Victoria Institute, London; member of Wisconsin Acade- 
my of Arts, Sciences and Letters; member of the General Conference 
Methodist Episcopal church in 1900-1908-1912-1916; member of commis- 
sion to organize the Epworth League; member of commission of consolida- 
tion of benevolent societies of the Methodist Episcopal church. Trustee of 
the Carnegie Foundation fund for the pensioning of retired college pro- 
fessors. Secretary of the University Senate of the Methodist Episcopal 
church for fifteen years; ex-president of the Epworth Heights Assembly 
Association, Ludington, Michigan; acting president, Association of Ameri- 
can Colleges; member commission on scholarship of Association of Ameri- 
can Colleges; secretary Educational Jubilee Movement of the Methodist 
Episcopal church in which $33,000,000 were raised for education; member 
of a commission to study the higher education of negroes; chairman of 
commission to study religious conditions in Amercan colleges and univer- 
sities; and member of other educational commissions. 

From 1887 to 1890, also from 1891 to 1894, pastor, Detroit, Michigan. 
President of Lawrence, 1894 to present time. 

Contributed many articles to periodicals, also articles to several mag- 
azines, and chapters to two books. Has also done editorial work for three 
periodicals of wide circulation. Published a book on "The Church and 
the Social Problem," contributor to Hasting's "Dictionary of the Bible." 
Taught philosophy and religion at Lawrence University in addition to 
work of president since 1894. Has done work on lecture platform, and 
given many addresses and papers on special occasions. 

Married, September 16, 1885, Myra A. Goodwin, Indianapolis, In- 
diana, a teacher at De Pauw University, deceased 1914. Married, Mae 
Belle Person, Port Gibson, Mississippi, 1916. Two children: Elsie Content 
Remley, graduate of class of 1910, residing at Appleton; and Florence 
Ethel Gochnauer, graduate of class of 1914, residing at Green Bay. 

233. ISAAC NEWTON PORTER. 

Present address, General Delivery, Ogden, Utah. 
Born, December 6, 1855, Windsor, Wisconsin. 
Degrees, B. S. and A. M. Lawrence. 

Engaged in music business in Salt Lake City, and at present at Ogden, 
Utah. 



234. CARRIE ELIZA SHIPMAN. 

Present address, 2722 — 33rd Avenue, Hollywood Station, Los Angeles, 
California. 

Born, October 27, 1860, at Omro, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1876 to 1880. Degree: B. A. 
from Lawrence. Taught in German-English Academy, Fond du Lac, Wis.; 
studying German same year 1886-1887; assistant principal and teacher of 
German and Latin, Presbyterian Academy, Bozeman, Montana, 1888-1893; 
assistant principal, Wauwatosa high school, 1894-1895; assistant principal 
Delavan, Wis., 1895-1896. Interested now in horticultureal and domestic 
matters, and in civic, philanthropic and social questions. 



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235. ELBERT SLINGEI? L A\ l>. . (Deceased.) 

Drowned at Mantonville, July 12, 1880. 
Born, December 14, 1855, at Cobleskill, New York. 
Educated at Groveland Seminary, Minnesota, 1870-1871; central school 
at Mantonville, Minnesota, 1872-1874; Lawrence Univesity, 1874 to L880. 

236. LUCRETIA JANE (SMITH) HEATH. 

Present address, 458 Ridge Avenue, Winnetka, Illinois. 

Born, November 21, 1856, in Van Buren county, Michigan. 

Educated in the Janesville schools; at Lawrence University, 1876 to 
1880. Degree A. M. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Lawrence University, 1883 to 1884; Green Bay schools, 
1886 to 1900. 

Married, September 4, 1900, to John Heath, Delafield Wisconsin. 

237. ALEXANDER WOLCOTT STOW. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 20, 1922. 

Born, November 24, 1851, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated in district schools of Fond du Lac county, and entered 
Lawrence University in 1872, graduating in 1880. Degree of M. S. from 
Lawrence in 1880. 

Studied law in Fond du Lac; admitted to the bar in Minneapolis, 
April 14, 1888, where he practiced law until 1886 when he moved to 
West Superior, Wisconsin. Attended Columbia law school for post 
graduate work 1887-1888. Located at Timber Lake, South Dakota, 1910; 
engaged in the practice of law and elected first county judge of Dewey 
county. Later moved to Minneapolis. Married Gertrude Irish. No. 194. 

238. FRANCIS ASBURY TV ATKINS. 

Present address, Carlton, Minnesota. 

Born at Stark, New Hampshire, April 7, 1853. 

Educated in the Baraboo high school; Lawrence University, 1875 to 
1880; and Columbia Law College. Degrees B. S. and M. S. from Law- 
rence. 

1884, admitted to bar at Duluth, Minnesota. Served two terms as 
county auditor of Carlton county. Was member of law firm of Kellogg 
& Watkins 1884-1894, at Superior, Wis. Later in real estate business in 
Superior; judge of probate court Carlton county from 1903 to present 
time; for a time served as trustee of Lawrence College. 

Married, May 29, 1882, Anna Wieck, who died February 21, 1896; 
married Elizabeth Hewett, at Philadelphia, August 23, 1900. Children: 
Walter Olin; Wenonah May, married to L. W. Tostovin; Lucius Har- 
low; Ralph E. 

239. ELBERT DUDLEY WEED. 

Present address, 582 Algoma Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 1, 1858, Alleghany county, New York. 

Educated, Ripon College; Lawrence 1875-1880. Attended law depart- 
ment at the University of Wisconsin 1880-1881; degrees B. S. and M. S. 
from Lawrence. 

1881-1883, practiced law at Oshkosh, Wis.; later practiced law in 
Helena, Mont.; 1886-18S9, assistant United States district attorney for 
Montana; 1889-1894, United States district attorney for Montana; 1894- 
1895, mayor of Helena, Montana. Member of Montana state legislature 
1907-1908; city attorney of Helena, 1914; Grand Worthy President of 
Fraternal Order of Eagles 1919-1921; member of various clubs and fra- 
ternal societies. States that he "was captain of Lawrence Baseball Club 
for four yeais when it 'trimmed' everything in northern Wisconsin. Am 
rather proud of that." 

Married, 1916, to Sarah Davis, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 



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XXV. CLASS OF 1881. 

240. DANIEL BARNES ANDRUS. (Deceased.) 

Died, May 8, 1922, at Batavia, Illinois. 

Born, February 18, 1850, at Great Barrington, Massachusetts. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1877 to 1881. Degrees A. B. ind 
A. M. 

1881 to 1884, engaged in banking business at Shawano; 1884 to pres- 
ent, banking business at Batavia, Illinois. 1909, entered the brokerage, 
real estate and insurance business in Aurora, Illinois. 

Married, 1882, Martha M. Smith, Chicago. Illinois. One daughter, 
Marie Louise. 

241. JAMES ISAAC BARTHOLOMEW. 

Present address, 313 High Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 

Born, January 24, 1857, Lodi, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lodi high school; at Lawrence University, 1876-1881 
Degrees A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence; Ph. D. from Wesleyan Uni 
versity, Illinois. 

Since 1881 employed in Methodist ministry in Wisconsin, South Da 
kota, and Massachusetts. Has been district superintendent; member of 
the last six General Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal church. Mem 
ber of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal church 
also of the Council of Boards of Benevolence. 

Married, November 18, 1881, Ella A. Taber, of Lodi. One daughter 
Josephine Mary Ingalls, a graduate of Goucher College, Baltimore, Md. 

242. MINNIE MARIA (CLARK) LANDGRAF. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1895. 

243. FRANK WATSON COOLEY. 

Present address unknown. 

Born in southern Wisconsin. 

Educated in common schools and Lawrence University. Degrees B. 
S. and M. S. 

Principal of various high schools in Wisconsin; later superintendent 
at Janesville, Wisconsin, and Calumet, Michigan, and later superintendent 
of schools at Evansville, Ind.; was vice-president of the National Super- 
intendents' Association. 

244. MARY ELLEN GITTINS. 

Present address, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Berlin, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1877-1881. 

245. PRANK WESLEY HUMPHREY. 

Present address, Shawano, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 7, 1852, in Sheboygan county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1876 to 1881. 

Cashier of First National Bank in Shawano. Member of the County 
Board; member of the legislature 1899-1900; mayor of Shawano for two 
years; member of executive counsel Wisconsin Bankers' Association 

Married, Delia Spies, February 28, 1883, of Menominee, Michigan. 
Children: Harriet Pearl and Arthur S. Humphrey 



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246. IDA FRANCES (JONES) TREVER. 

Died, October 24, 1921, at Waukesha Sanatarium. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1877-1881. Degree, B. S., Lawrence. 
Married, John Henry Trever, 1882. See No. 268. One son, gradu- 
ate University of Michigan. 

247. CLARA EMALYN (KENNISH) RARER. (Deceased.) 

Died, August 22, 1919. 

Born, July 26, 1857, Newport, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1877-1881. Taught at Waupaca 1881-1883. 
Writer of poems, stories and member of various literary clubs. 

Married, June 21, 1883, Dr. Charles K. Raber. One daughter, Cecil, 
graduate of Leland Stanford. 

248. WALLACE DORE MASON. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Waterford, Wisconsin, November 28, 1860. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1877 to 1881. Degree of A. B. 

Employed as a civil engineer and railway postal clerk. In the postal 
service for the past 32 years. 

Married, March 2, 1882, Lora E. Phinney, of Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Harry D., Rex C, and Beatrice. 

249. JOHN NEWTON NELSON. (Deceased.) 

Died of yellow fever, September 20, 1881, at Para, Brazil. 

Born, June 30, 1855, South Wayne, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence at different times from 1870-1881. Degree of 
B. S. 

Left Lawrence early in the spring of 1881 to take up missionary 
work at Para, Brazil. He was never able to enter fully upon the work, 
for he died while learning the Portugese language. 

250. DEXTER PUTMAN NICHOLSON. (Deceased.) 

Died, April 28, 1907. 

Born, near Eureka, Wisconsin, January 8, 1859. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1877 to 1881. From 1888 to 1890 
was graduate student at Johns Hopkins University; 1895 to 1896, gradu- 
ate student at Chicago University. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. from 
Lawrence. 

1883 to 1888, professor of natural science, York College, York, Ne- 
braska; 1890-1891, professor of natural science, high school, Fort Smith, 
Arkansas; 1891-1892, professor of natural science, Yankton College, Yank- 
ton, South Dakota; 1892-1903. professor of natural history, Lawrence Uni- 
versity; 1903, professor of geology and geography, Lawrence University. 

Married, June 24, 1896, Harriet E. Hammond of Appleton, Wiscon- 
sin. See No. 290. 

251. CHARLES EDWIN NORTH. (Deceased.) 

Died, December 15, 1882, in Chicago. 
Born, January 20, 1859, Albion, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Albion Academy, Lawrence 1878-1881; Chicago Medical 
College. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

Deceased while still pursuing his course at Chicago Medical College. 



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252. THOMAS WILLIAM NORTH. 

Present address, Niagara, Wisconsin. 

Born, Albion, Dane county, Wisconsin, August 11, 1857. 

Educated Lawrence University, 1878-1881. Degree of M. S.. En- 
tered the Methodist ministry, Wisconsin Conference 1882; pastor of vari- 
ous churches; nine years secretary of the Wisconsin Conference; pub- 
lished in 1888 pamphlet on "Liquor and Labor" which had a wide circu- 
lation; 1896 published 10 articles on Social and Financial questions espe- 
cially dealing with railroads; 1898 published "Introductory Bible Les- 
sons." Was delegate to the International Good Templars meeting held 
in Belfast, Ireland in 1907. For several years Grand Chief Templar of 
Good Templars of Wisconsin; actively interested in Camp Cleghorn Chau- 
tauqua Assembly of which he has been vice-president. Traveled in Eng- 
land and Ireland. 

Married, April 27, 1882, Josie E. Wales. Children: Mrs. Beulah E. 
Cresap, Miles City, Mont.; Hazel A. Widdoes, Spokane, Wash.; Vincent W. 
Forsyth, Mont.; Lora E. Purdy, St. Paul, Minn. 

253. MAY WILHELMINA (SAMPSON) GUYLES. 

Present address, Madison, Junior High School. 

Born in Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Col. John G. McMymn's Academy at Racine, Wisconsin; 
in June, 1877, entered Lawrence University as a sophomore, graduating in 
1881 with the degree of B. S. 

Married, in 1883, to Jay Carlton Guyles, of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 
who was also a student at Lawrence, and in 1887 they moved to Tacoma 
Washington, where they have since resided. One son, George. 

254. WILLIAM \Y ATKINS SMITH. 

Present address, 500 South Fifth Street, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. 

Born at Oakfield, Wisconsin, February 24, 1857. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1876-1881. Degrees of B. S. 
and A. M. 

In 1882 entered upon business as a banker at Sleepy Eye, Minn., at 
present time cashier of First National Bank at Sleepy Eye. Interested in 
various banks in Minnesota and Dakota. Member of Minnesota Economic 
and Efficiency Commission by appointment of Gov. Eberhardt; was secre- 
tary and treasurer or president of school board for eighteen years; mem- 
ber of I. O. O. F., member of Knights of Pythias; member Minnesota 
Club, St Paul, and Athletic Club, Minneapolis. Traveled extensively in 
the United States. Commissioned "Major" by military forces of Min- 
nesota. 

Married, September 29, 1885, Ada C. Bunker, Kasson, Minnesota. 
Children: Arthur B., W. W., Jr., and Herbert W. 

255. GEORGE HENRY TREYER. 

Present address, South Station, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Born at Newcastle, Staffordshire, England, October 13, 1856. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1877-1881; Boston University, 
1881-1883. Also student at Oxford and Berlin one year each. Degrees 
A. M. and D. D. from Lawrence University, and B. D. and Ph. D. from 
Boston University. Fellow of Boston University for European study one 
year. J 

at *J n j. 189 JH. 904 . 1912 and 1920 member of the General Conference 
Methodist Episcopal church. 

,,,. Unt !' 189 ° occupied as pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church in 

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again until September, when elected to the professorship in Gammon The- 
ological Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia. Author of "Studies in Comparative 
Theology," numerous articles in magazines and church papers. Traveled 
in Europe and Egypt and Palestine, 1907 and 1922. 

Married, June 30, 1881, Ada S. Peabody, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, de- 
ceased. Married Mrs. Frances Graef of Austin, Illinois, January 2, L915. 
Children: Erna L., married E. B. Dixon; George Arthur, deceased. 

256. JOHN ELBERT WRIGHT. 

Present address, Fairfield, California. 

Educated, Lawrence 1877-1881. Degrees, A. B., A. M. 

Missionary of Costa Rica 1881-1887. Member California Conference 
Methodist Episcopal church 1888 to present time. 

Married, Rose Campbell, Central America, 1885, deceased. Married, 
Harriet Lawson, Nevada City, California, 1887. Four sons: Elbert, book- 
keeper; Earnest, electrical engineer; George; Carol, agriculturist. 



XXVI. CLASS OF 1882. 

257. GUIDO BOSSARD. 

Present address, University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa. 

Born in 1860 at Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. 

Educated, 1877-1882, at Lawrence; 1882-1883, at University of Got- 
tingen, Germany; 1883 to 1884, University of Bonn, Germany; 1884-1886, 
at Union Theological Seminary, New York city. Degrees, A. B., A. M. 
and D. D. from Lawrence; B. D. from Union Theological Seminary. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. 

1896, delegate to Presbyterian general assembly at Saratoga, New 
York; 1899, elected moderator Synod of Wisconsin; 1901, delegate to 
Presbyterian general assembly at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Occupied in Presbyterian ministry at Manitowoc, at Oconto, at La 
Crosse, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At present professor new testament 
exegesis, Presbyterian Theological Seminary of the University of Dubuque. 
Traveled in Europe in 1911. 

Has published essays and sermons in various periodicals and pam- 
phlets. 

Married, November 10, 1886, Marie M. Carver, of Appleton. Chil- 
dren: Jay Carver, practicing attorney in Philadelphia; and Irene Peters, 
Philadelphia. 

25S. WILLIAM JOHN HOSKINS. 

Present address, Rolla, North Dakota. 

Born, September 9, 1856, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 

Educated in common schools; Lawrence 1877-1882. Degrees of B. S. 
and M. S. 

Engaged in educational work in Wisconsin until 1892 when he moved 
to Rolla. He purchased "The Turtle Mountain Star" which he has edited 
and published ever since. Was appointed postmaster at Rolla in fall of 
1897, which position he still holds. Has also been justice of the peace at 
Rolla for more than 16 years. 

Member of Royal Arch Mason, Odd Fellow, Eastern Star, A. O. U. 
W. and M. W. A. 

Married, November 17, 1887, at Merrillan, Kitty Trumbull, who died 
January 4, 1890. Married, May 31, 1894, Eliza McMillan of Rolla. Chil- 
dren;" Stella Genevieve, a junior in the State University of North Dakota; 
James Howard, senior in Rolla high school. 



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25». JOHN CliAUS KLEIST. 

Present address, Whitensh Bay, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 13, 1859, at Eaton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1876-1882; law department of Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1888-1889. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. from Law- 
rence, and LL. B. from University of Michigan. 

1881-1883, taught school in Calumet county, Wisconsin; 1884, ad- 
mitted to bar, May 21; 1884, elected district attorney of Calumet county; 
1886, re-elected; 1889 to 1893, at Oshkosh; 1893 to present at Milwaukee. 
Assistant district attorney of Milwaukee county. For five years was lec- 
turer on medical jurisprudence at Milwaukee Medical College. Lecturer 
on legal aspects of preacher and parochial teacher, at Lutheran Theological 
School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Member of the Social Democrat party; is 
a 32nd degree Mason, an Elk, member of the Improved Order of Hepta- 
sopt R. A.; Sons of Herman; Germania & Benevolent Order of Oaks. 

Favorite recreation is walking. Traveled throughout the United 
States, visited Yellowstone Park, Canadian National Park, etc. has visited 
all large National Expositions since 1885. 

Married, June 8, 1887, Addie Littlefield, of Oshkosh. No children. 

200. ARTHUR REDDY MEAD. (Deceased.) 

Died, August, 1918. 

Born, May 15, 1858, Binghamton. New York. 

Graduated, Lawrence, class of 1882. Degree of A. B. 

Admitted to practice in February, 1884, and began practice of law in 
Price county. 1884, district attorney of Price county; in 1887, moved to 
Ashland, Wisconsin, where he continued the practice of law until 1898; 
1888, member of common council, Ashland, and of county board. Later 
lawyer at Raymond, Washington. 

Married, October 1, 1883, Cora J. Tabor, Stephensville. Wisconsin, 
who died March 30, 1891. Married, October 15, 1891, Mrs. Mary E. Ras- 
kins, Ashland, Wisconsin. Children: Helen Pearl, married to E. Gleason; 
Clarence; Alice B.; Amos D. ; and Esther. 

261. HERRERT EDWIX MILES. 

Present address, 55 W. 44th Street, New York city. 

Born in Waupaca, Wisconsin, November 2.3, I860. 

Educated in Waupaca high school; Lawrence, 1876-1882; Harvard, 
1882-1883. Degree of A. M. from Lawrence. 

Entered manufacturing business in Racine in 1884. Filled all posi- 
tions from superintendent of shops and sales to president of the company. 
President of National Association of Implement and Vehicle Manufactur- 
ers; vice-president Chamber of Commerce of the U. S.; developed and led 
the movement against the Dingley Tariff and the manner of making tar- 
iffs. A protectionist and Republican. Rendered much service in enlight- 
ening the public in relation to tariff matters and also in promoting the edu- 
cation of wage earners; chairman of the committee on industrial education, 
National Association of Manufacturers; chairman of the commission on vo- 
cational education throughout the U. S.; now chairman Fair Tariff League. 
Member of many clubs and societies; trustee of Lawrence College. Has 
traveled extensively in Europe and the United States. Was chairman 
Wisconsin Commission on Vocational Education. Member Union League 
Club, Chicago; City Club, New York; Harvard Club, New York. 

Married, September 22, 1888, Flora A. Erskine, of Racine, Wiscon- 
sin. One son, Philip Erskine. 



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262. PERRY MILLAR. (Deceased.) 

Died at Janesville, Wisconsin, 1921. 

Born, April 25, 1855, in town of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Educated Milton College and Lawrence University. Degrees A. B. 
and D. D. 

Entered Methodist ministry in Wisconsin Conference 1882; pastor 
various churches of imporatnce; district superintendent Appleton district; 
also district superintendent of Janesville district; trustee Wesley hospital, 
Chicago; member of General Conference Claimant's Board; director of 
Green Bay Deaconess hospital; member of Wisconsin Children's Home 
Society; member of Sunday Rest Day Association; member of the General 
Conference M. E. church 1908. 

Traveled in England, Scotland, France, Germany, Denmark, Norway 
and Land of the Midnight Sun. 

Married, September 30, 1882, Josephine R. Sowle, Milton, Wisconsin. 
One daughter, Juniata, died March, 1907. 

263. WEBSTER MILLAR. 

Present address, 309 S. Bluff Street, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Born at New Scotland, New York, November 23, 1852. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1877-1882; took theological 
course at Boston University, 1883-1886; also took a commercial course at 
Madison, Wisconsin; spent one year at Milton College. B. D. from Bos- 
ton University; D. D. from Milton College. 

Entered the Wisconsin Conference of the Methodist church, 1868. 
Pastor of various churches in the conference, district superintendent Fond 
du Lac district. 

Married, October 3, 1883, Libbie Jane Plantz, Emerald Grove, Wis- 
consin. One daughter, Ina Beattie Rice, Beloit, Wisconsin. 

264. JAMES WILLETT NELSON. (Deceased.) 

Died of pneumonia, December 3, 1893, at Winnetka, Illinois. 

Born, February 24, 1858, South Wayne, Wisconsin. 

Educated, periodically at Lawrence from 1874 to 1882; University of 
Wisconsin; Chicago Medical College. Degrees A. B. and A. M. Law- 
rence, and M. D., Chicago Medical. 

1882-1883, missionary at Para, Brazil, and professor of English in 
Collegio Americano, 1883-1884, teacher, Garden City, Kansas, 1886-1893, 
practitioner of medicine at Chicago and Winnetka. For a time professor 
of histology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago. 

Married, April 6, 1882, Mary L. Eckler, of Kewaunee, Wisconsin, 
who deceased November 26, 1882. Married, July, 1886, Mary Lorance of 
Topeka, Kansas, who survives him. No children. 

265. ZELIA ANNE SMITH. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the Waupaca public schools, private school at Galesburg, 
Illinois, and at Lawrence University from 1878 to 1882. Degrees of B. 
S. and M. S. 

1882-1883, teacher, of private school and assistant in Library of Law- 
rence College; 1883 to present, librarian at the Lawrence College library. 
Number of volumes has increased during her incumbency from 9,720 to 
41,100. 

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broke out while she was in Germany; went to England under the protec- 
tion of Sir Edward Goschen on his return from the counselship to Berlin. 
Traveled summers in various parts of the United States. 

Honorary member of the Wednesday Club and the Clio Club of 
Appleton; member of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Fox River 
Valley branch. 

266. MAE DARDAMA (STROUD) BEERY. 

Present address, 1804 Fort Stockton Drive, San Diego, California. 

Born at Kilbourn, Wisconsin. 

Educated Portage public schools; Lawrence, 1878-1882. Degree B. S., 
Lawrence. Taught for a time in Wisconsin. 

Married, Methodist clergyman, now stationed in California. Chil- 
dren: Benjamin S. and Helen M. 

267. JENNIE MARIA THOMPSON. 

Present address, 240 Irvington Place, Denver, Colorado. 

Born at Lowville, Wisconsin, March 10, 1861. 

Educated, schools at Poynette, Appleton, and at Lawrence University, 
from 1875 to 1892. Received the degree of A. B. from Lawrence Uni- 
versity. 

1885 to 1904, taught school in Denver. Member of Denver Teachers' 
Club. 

26S. JOHN HENRY TREYER. 

Present address, Clermont street, Antigo, Wisconsin. 
Engaged in the practice of law at Antigo since graduation. 
Married to Ida F. Jones. See No. 246. 



XXVII. CLASS OF 1883. 



269. CALEB BENHA3I. 

Address, Hilliard, Florida. 
Born, Canada, 1852. 

Educated Lawrence University. Degrees, A. B. and B. D. 
Clergyman Episcopal church, giving services gratuitous. Interested in 
social work, art, languages. 

Married, 1912, Betsey Lindsay of New Brunswick. No children. 

270. ALICE MAY (BRADFORD) LANDER. (Deceased.) 

Died, June, 1895. 

Born, September 2, 1860 at Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools, Wausau, Wisconsin, and at Lawrence 
from 1879 to 1883. 

Married, July 5, 1893, to C. F. Lander, of Colorado. Xo children. 



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271. JANE MARGARET (CARLE) KELLER. (Deceased.) 

Born, October 4, 1861, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Educated, public and private schools, Janesville; Lawrence 1879-1883. 
Degree of B. S. 

Married, November 20, 1883, to Harry F. Keller, of Mattoon, Illinois, 
who deceased November 7, 1899. Children: Irmagard, married Prof. War- 
ren M. Persons of Colorado College; Carle Francis; Robert Monat, de- 
ceased November 24, 1899. 

272. CHARLES GURNEE FELLOWS. 

Present address, 30 North Michigan Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 27, 1863. 

Educated at Lawrence University 1877-1883. Degrees of A. B. and 
A. M. from Lawrence, and M. D. from Hahnemann Medical College. 

Studied in Vienna, Paris and London, 1888-1889, and in 1893, 1897 
and 1910. Practiced medicine in New Orleans 1885-1889; since 1889 an 
eye, ear and throat specialist in Chicago; professor of Ophthalmology in 
Hahnemann Medical College 1890 to 1920; fellow of the American College 
of Surgeons; member of Chicago city, county, state and national medical 
societies; 1892, president of the American Ophthalmology Society; mem- 
ber of Union League of Chicago; Chicago Athletic Club; South Shore 
Club; Art Institute; Kenwood Improvement Association. Has written 
extensively for medical papers upon matters regarding his specialty. 

Favorite recreation golf and horseback riding. 

Married, April 27, 1886, Angie C. Woodard, '85. Children: Margaret 
May Hart, Chicago, and Woodard F., junior in Yale. 

273. GEORGE CLARK JONES, JR. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 9, 1899, at Appleton. 

Born, August 5, 1860, Ontonagon, Michigan. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1878-1880. • Degree of B. S. 

Was largely interested in real estate and timber lands in Oregon and 
Washington. Spent many years in that part of the country. His health 
failing he returned to Appleton and died there a few weeks later. 

Unmarried. 

274. LILLIAN (SARLES) STILLMAN. 

Present address, 200 Buell Avenue, Joliet, Illinois. 

Born, October 19, 1861, New London, Wisconsin. 

Educated, high school at Sparta; Lawrence, 1880-1883. 

1884, principal of school at Central City, South Dakota; 1886-1887, 
assistant principal, high school, Kilbourn, Wisconsin. Member D. A. R. 
and various art and study clubs. 

Married, June, 1888, to Harvey A. Stillman, druggist, native of Kil- 
bourn, Wisconsin. One son, DeWitt Sarles. 



XXVIII. CLASS OF 1884. 

275. MARY ELIZA (AMES) LEIDENBERG. (Deeeased.) 

Died, February 8, 1918. 
Born at Hartford, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1880 to 1884. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 
1884 to 1888, taught first ward school, Appleton; 1893 to 1898, at Eau 
Claire, Wisconsin; 1900 to 1903, at Shawano high school. 

Married, August 30, 1888, to Julius Leidenberg. See No. 282. 



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276. ANNA LIVIA (COLMAX) PENNOCK. 

Present address, 4714 — 15th Avenue, N. E., Seattle, Washington. 

Born, June 23, 1863, Watertown, Wisconsin. 

Daughter of Rev. Henry and Lucinda S. Colman, both of the class 
of 1857, the first alumni child to receive a degree. 

Educated at public schools in Fort Atkinson, and Milwaukee; Mil- 
waukee Female College; Lawrence University from 1881 to 1884. 

Taught in Stone School, Atlanta, Ga., 1884-1885; later taught two 
years in the Elkhorn, Wis., high school; for six years had charge of the 
mathematical department of the Milwaukee high school. Charter member 
of the Omaha Society of Fine Arts. Member Woman's University Club 
of Seattle. 

Married, August 3, 1893, at Beloit, Wisconsin, to Henry W. Pennock. 
lawyer, of Omaha. Children: Margaret Colman, deceased; John Colman. 

277. ALBERT MATHIAS FREUND. 

Present address, 1051 Linn Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Born, January 22, 1861, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence 1878-1884; medical department University of 
Iowa. Degrees: B. S. from Lawrence, M. D. from Iowa. 

In 1884-1886 engaged in teaching in and near Appleton. Since that 
time studied and practiced medicine and surgery. 

Married, June 27, 1889, Gertrude Woeber, native Davenport, Iowa. 
Children: Edwin, Agnes, Olive, Gerald, Beatrice, Dorothv, Carl and Wal- 
ter. 

27S. HOWARD WARNER KELLOGG. 

Present address, Siloam Springs, Arkansas. 

Born, April 13, 1864, at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 

Father, Romulus O. Kellogg, for some years professor of Lawrence 
University; pastor Congregational church 1905-1909. 

Educated, 1S74-1875, grammar school annex of Lawrence University; 
1876-1884 (with certain terms omitted), academy and college of Lawrence 
University. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

1885 to 1887, occupied as first assistant, Ryan high school, Appleton; 
18S8 to 1890, general secretary Y. M. C. A.. Appleton; 1891 to 1899, as- 
sistant state secretary, Y. M. C. A.; 1899-1905, evangelist, Bible teach- 
ing, Milwaukee. Pastorate 1905-1910. Chair of Biblical literature, Occi- 
dental College 1910-1918. Dean John E. Brown College and Siloam School 
of the Bible since 1920. Managing editor American Evangelist. 

Married, June 19, 1905, at Chicago, to Miss Fay Morris. Children, 
Bruce Howard. 



XXIX. CLASS OF 1885. 

271>. JAMES BUCHANAN CURTIS. 

Present address, Greenfield, California. 

Born, May 11, 1857, Poynette, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Wisconsin; preparatory department of 
Wayland Academy; Lawrence University, 1882-1885; Chicago summer 
school of oratory. Degree B. S. from Lawrence. 

Taught in Texas, 1885-1900. Removed to Cloudcroft, New Mexico, 
on account of ill health. Since then has had no definite occupation. 

Married, April 4, 1888, Miss H. E. Dollins, Carbondale, Illinois. 
Three children. 



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2180. GENEVIEVE (FAVILLE) TOPPING. 

Present address, Morioka, Japan. 

Born, October 21, 1863, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1880-1885. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

1885-1887, teacher of music, Clarke University, Atlanta, Georgia; 
1887-1888, student of music and literature, Leipsic; 1892-1895, teacher of 
music and English literature, Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina; 
1895 to present time, in charge of kindergartens and kindergarten training 
class, Japan. 

Married, July 18, 1888, to Rev. Henry Topping. Children: Helen 
and Willard. 

281. EDWARD PAYSON HUMPHREY. 

Present address, 621 S. Union Avenue, Waldorf Apt., Los Angeles, 
California. 

Born, August 10, 1865, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1879-1885. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

1885, reporter for Appleton Daily Post. Purchased interest in the 
business in 1889. Was manager of the Post Publishing Company for 
many years; editorial writer for the "Daily Post." Retired in 1920. 

Married, July 1, 1901, Ida C. Graham, native of Whitewater, Wis- 
consin. No children. 



282. JULIUS LEIDENBURG. 

Present address, 806 Longview Avenue, Portland, Oregon. 

Born, June 27, 1859, at Winneconne, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1879 to 1885; law department of 
the University of Wisconsin, 1887 to 1888; subsequently summer sessions 
at University of Wisconsin and Chicago University. Degrees B. S. and 
M. S. from Lawrence University. 

1885-1890, omitting 1888, principal of Chetek public schools; 1888-1889, 
principal of west side schools of Winneconne, Wisconsin; 1890-1898, prin- 
cipal of Bartlett and Lockwood schools, Eau Claire, Wisconsin; 1898-1900, 
principal of Lodi public schools; 1900 to 1908, principal of Shawano public 
schools and high school. 

Married, August 30, 1888, Mary E. Ames, Hartford, Wisconsin. See 
No. 275. 

283. JESSIE FREMONT (NIVISON) STANNARD. 

Present address, 1055 Fell Street, San Francisco, California. 

Born, February 18, 1863, Trenton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1879 to 1885. Degrees A. M. and 
A. B. from Lawrence. 

1886 to 1887, taught at Wausau, Wisconsin; 1887 to 1891, taught at 
Lawrence University; 1892-1893 and 1900-1904, taught in public schools at 
Appleton. Active in various literary and social clubs. 

Married, October 12, 1891, to Edward M. Stannard. Children: Amy 
Nivison, and Edward Barnes. 

284. JAMES SPOFFORD REEVE. 

Present address, 670 Green Bay Road, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Groveland, Massachusetts, August 23, 1864. 

Entered Lawrence in freshman class in fall of 1881, after three years 
in sub-freshman department, and graduated with degree of A. B. in 1885. 
Degree of A. M. in 1888. 

Post-graduate study in Johns Hopkins University in 1885-1886. Har- 



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vard Medical School, 1SS6-18S7. College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
New York (Columbia), 1887-88-89. Graduated with degree of M. D. in 
1S89. Eighteen months in M. E. Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Medical 
study in Vienna and Berlin, 1894-95. Began practice of medicine in Ap- 
pleton, Wisconsin, January, 1S91. Practiced in Appleton since that time, 
except for one year when abroad for study. 

Member of American Medical Association, Wisconsin State Medical 
Society, Outagamie County Medical Club (president one year), Fox River 
Valley Medical Society (secretary seven years), Alpha Mu Pi Omega, Phi 
Beta Kappa. 

Favorite recreation, horticulture. 

Married, in 1891, to Alfreda Noyes, of Georgetown, Massachusetts. 
Children: Mary, Edith. 

2S5. LUCIUS AUGUSTIN WHITCOMB. 

Present address, 1013 Bethel Street, University Park, Iowa. 

Born, July 23, I860, near Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Father, Methodist minister. 

Educated in graded schools of Green Bay; high school at Depere; 
and Lawrence 1881-1885. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

Entered Wisconsin Conference Methodist Episcopal church 1885; 
pastor of various churches joined the Free Methodist church of which he 
has been district elder; principal of Evansville Seminary 1895-1899; pastor 
1899-1904 in Pennsylvania and Illinois; president of Greenville College 
ville Seminary 1910-1911; dean of department of philosophy and biblical 
literature. Central Holiness University, 1911 to present time. 

Married, December 25, 1884, Miss H. M. North, of Busseyville, Wis- 
consin, also a student at Lawrence. Children; Ethel May, married to 
Rev. A. C. Johnson of St. John's, Michigan; Helen Grace, married to A. 
B. Spaulding of Pasadena. California; Pearl Athena; Lawrence Augustin; 
Joseph Willard; Francis Faith; and Gertrude Fern. 

286. ANGIE CARRIE (WOODARD) FELLOWS. 

Present address, 4820 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, November 30, 1863, at Watertown, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools of Appleton; Lawrence University, 1880 
to 1885. Degrees B. S. and M. S. Studied French, German and art in 
Europe 1888 and 1889. Subsequent trips abroad. Engaged in civic phil- 
anthropy. 

Member of Chicago Woman's Club; life member of Chicago Art Insti- 
tute; Chicago College Club. 

Married, in 1886, to Charles Gurnee Fellows, M. D. Children: See 
No. 272. 



XXX. CLASS OF 1836. 



387. EDWARD OSCAR BULLOCK. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 11, 1911. 

Born, July 20, 1860, at Brant, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1879 to 1886. Graduated theological depart- 
ment Boston University, in 1896. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

Occupied exclusively in the Methodist ministry since graduation in 
South Dakota, New Hampshire and Wisconsin. 

Married, September 3, 1889, Miss Lulu Eaton, Newbury, New Hamp- 
shire. One daughter, Dorothy. 



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288. AUGUST CIRKEL. 

Present address, Boyd, Wisconsin. 
Business, manufacturing. 
Unmarried. 

289. FRANK CRAMER. 

Present address, 675 Channing Avenue, Palo Alto, California. 

Born, November 4, 1861, at Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1881 to 1886. Degree of B. L. 

1886 to 1891, taught at Lawrence University; 1893 to 1902, principal 
Manzanita Hall, Palo Alto, California. Author of "The Method of Dar- 
win: A Study in Scientific Method" and "Talks to Students on the Art of 
Study." Essay on "Moral Training in the Public Schools." 

Favorite receration is mountain climbing. 

Married, December 25, 1888, Elizabeth Thomas. Children, Meredith, 
graduated at Leland Stanford University; Margaret; Dorothy; and Eliza- 
beth. 

2iM>. HARRIET ELIZABETH (HAMMOND) NICHOLSON. 

Present address, 504 John Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 10, 1865, at La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Appleton public schools; Lawrence University, 1880 to 1886; 
Berlin, Germany; and Paris, France. Degrees B. S. and M. S. at Lawrence. 

1886 to 1890, taught in La Crosse public schools; 1893 to 1896, in- 
structor of German and French, and preceptress at Lawrence University. 
Member of the Wednesday Club, Appleton. 

Married, June 25. 1896, to Dexter P. Nicholson. One daughter, Mar- 
garet. See No. 250. 

291. LYMAN ASA JONES. 

Present address, 269 Humphrey Street, Swampscot, Massachusetts. 

Born, November 19, 1865, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Father, Professor Hiram A. Jones; was for 44 years professor of 
Latin at Lawrence. 

Educated in preparatory and college departments of Lawrence Uni- 
versity; and Harvard. Degrees, A. B. and A. M. from Lawrence; M. D. 
from Harvard. 1895 and 1896, studying in Germany. 

1896 to 1899, practice of medicine, Williamstown, Massachusetts; 
since fall of 1899, North Adams. Massachusetts; 1890 to 1891, house offi- 
cer at Worcester City hospital; 1892 to 1895, assistant physician at Worces- 
ter insane hospital. Physician to Board of Health, North Adams, 1903- 
1904; state inspector of Berkshire district, 1907-1915; district health offi- 
cer 1915; 1912 delegate to the International Congress of Hygiene in Wash- 
ington; vice-president Massachusetts Medical Society 1914; secretary of 
Association of State Inspection of Health, Massachusetts, 1907-1915; 
director division of hygiene, State Department of Health; since 
1918 full time State District Health Officer; member of American Medical 
Association; American Public Health Association; Park Club, Pittsfield, 
Mass.; North Adams Country Club. 

Married, January 1, 1895, Mary Davis, of Worcester, Massachusetts. 
Children: Alice, Helen, Aldrich. 

292. CARRIE (LOGAN) NEWMAN. 

Present address, 2506 Chestnut Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born, February 3, 1861, at Hortonville, Wisconsin. 
Educated at Lawrence from 1881 to 1886. 
Occupied from graduation until marriage in teaching. 
Married, March 27, 1890, to W. E. Newman, of Clemansville, Wis- 
consin. Children: Ethel M., Mildred E., John L., Raymond F., and Irma L. 



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293. EMMA VIOLA (LOGAN) CHILD. (Deceased.) 

Born, August 29, 1862, Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools; Lawrence 1881-1886. 

Teacher before marriage. 

Married, October 12, 1887, to Eli A. Child, native of Wrightstown, 
Wisconsin. Children: Alex Finney; Robert Logan, who died in 1898; 
Gladwin Murray; Dorothea Minerva; Millicent Sylvia; Kenneth Carey. 

294. HEMAN ABRAM NOYES. 

Present address, Donald, Washington. 

Born, June 17, 1861, Charles Mills, Manitowoc county, Wisconsin. 

Graduated from Lawrence in 1886. 

Two years in preparatory and four years in college at Lawrence. 
Degrees A. B. and A. M. Three years in Lane Theological Seminary, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Minister in Presbyterian church. 

Married. One son and two daughters. 

295. BENJAMIN TALBOT ROGERS. 

Present address, 133 Arch Street, Sunbury, Pennsylvania. 

Born, August 3, 1865, at Rockland, Michigan. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1883 to 1886; General Theological Semin- 
ary, Nashota House, New York. Degrees of A. M. from Lawrence, and B. 
D. from Nashota House. 

Episcopal clergyman ordained 1889; rector at Manitowoc 1889-1893; 
warden urafton Hall, Fond du Lac 1893-1916; canon St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Fond du Lac. Edited an eight volume edition of Bishop Grafton's Theo- 
logical Works, Life and Letters. Warden and President Racine College 
1916-1919; rector St. Luke's church, Brockport, N. Y., 1919-1921; rector, 
Sunbury, Pennsylvania, since 1921. 

Traveled extensively through Europe. 

Married, August 22, 1889, to Nellie Lum Mead. Children: Benjamin 
Talbot, Henry Mead, Charles C. G., and Theodora. 

290. LUELLA MECHAM (RUGG) THOMAS. 

Present address, North end LeRoy at Rose Street, Berkeley, Cali- 
fornia. 

Born, May 7, 1862, Brodhead, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools at Brodhead and Lawrence University. 

Married, December 24, 1886, to Rev. J. S. Thomas. See No. 298. 

297. W ALTER SYLVESTER RUGG. 

Present address, University Club, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Born, April 3, 1866, at Brodhead, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1881 to 1886; at Cornell, 1890 to 
1892. Degrees of B. S. from Lawrence and M. S. from Cornell. 

With the Westinghouse Electric Mfg. Co. 1892; electrical engineer in 
charge of department of alternating current motors 1892-1897; district en- 
gineer, Chicago, 1897 to 1901; engineering salesman, New York, 1901-1911; 
manager New York district office 1910. 

Member of Engineers' Club, New York city; Crescent Athletic Club 
Brooklyn; Cornell University Club, New York city; City Lunch Club, New 
York city; member American Institute of Electrical Engineers, manager 
1910-1912; member of The Franklin Institute. 



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298. JOHN SAMSON THOMAS. 

Present address, North end LeRoy at Rose Street, Berkeley, Cali 
fornia. 

Born, September 11, 1860, Cambria, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence 1881-1886; Lane Theological Seminary, 1887-1890. 
Fifth Presbyterian church, Cincinnati; Bethelehem church, Minneapolis; 
Howard church, San Francisco. 

Married, December 24, 1886, Luella M. Rugg. Children: Adelaide, 
Elizabeth, Robert Rugg, Evelyn Edwards. See No. 296. 

299. GEORGE WASHINGTON VERITY. 

Present address, 401 Franklin Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 4, 1859, at Vinland, Wisconsin. 

Educated in district schools, Appleton high school, and at Lawrence 
University. Degree of A. M. 

In Methodist ministry in Wisconsin until 1889 when he went to China 
under the auspices of the American Bible Society; 1893 joined North 
China Conference of Methodist church; in 1890 was immured in Peking 
during the memorable siege. Was district superintendent in China. Chap- 
lain of Chinese during world war in France. 

Married, at Kin Kiang, China, December 31, 1892, Frances Irene 
Wheeler, of Byron, Wisconsin, deceased. 



XXXI. CLASS OF 1887. 

300. J. WILLIAM THEODORE AMES. 

Present address, 1513 Wilson Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 15, 1865, at Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1882-1887. Degrees of A. B. 
and A. M. 

Taught in high schools in Eagle, Wisconsin; West Bend, Humbird, 
New Richmond, River Falls, Monroe, and at Waterman, Illinois. Head 
of history department, normal school, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, since 1920. 
Member state board of control, Interscholastic Athletics and also of In- 
terscholastic Lyceum Work, Wisconsin high schools. 

Married, September 3, 1891, Miss Nellie S. McKinney, of Lancaster, 
Wisconsin. Children: Dorothy Ara Taylor and James William. 

301. CHARLES LULING BARNES. 

Present address, 408 Nutmeg Street, San Diego, California. 

Born, April 13, 1864, at Waukesha, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1883 to 1887. Degree of A. B. 

1887 to 1893, occupied as a bank clerk. Entered the ministry in 1894. 

Married, in 1890, Janet Rankin, who died June 28, 1901. Married, 
December 27, 1902, Martha B. Baker, of Madison, Wisconsin. Children: 
Calvin Rankin, Stanley Nelson, and Charles Walthew. 

302. CHARLES WOODWARD BROWN. 

Present address, corner 7th and 21st Streets, Los Angeles, California. 
Born, October 31, 1867, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the public schools of Appleton and at Lawrence Univer- 
sity, graduating in 1887. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. 



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1887-1894, bookkeeper for the Fox River Paper company, Appleton; 
1895, Fox River Paper Supply house at Appleton; 1896-1897, Brown 
Bros., drugs and dry goods, Los Angeles, California; 1898-1901, office of 
the Ice and Cold Storage Company, Los Angeles, California; 1901 to the 
present time secretary of the Sweeney Surgical Manufacturing Company, 
Los Angeles. 

Married, January 10, 1894, Leila E. Skelton, native of Evanston, 
Illinois. 

303. MELVILLE WOODWARD BROWN. 

Present address, Box 347 B, San Fernando, California. 

Born, November 23, 1865, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence from 1882-1887. Degree of M. S. from Law- 
rence; Ph. G. from Northwestern University. 

1890 to 1904, druggist in Los Angeles, California; 1892 to 1901, post- 
master at Station D, Los Angeles, California. Has taken active part in 
church work. Has organized church orchestras and choirs. Practiced 
pharmacy at Pasadena 1905-1907; now engaged in fruit growing and man- 
aging alfalfa ranch. 

Married, November 10, 1887, Mary F. Ballard, of Appleton, Wiscon- 
sin. Children: Stella Athena, Helen, and Paul Wentworth, lieutenant, 
Navy Y. M. C. A., Shanghai, China. 

304. WILLIAM CLARK. 

Present address, Alder Point, California. 

Born, February 20, 1858, Mill Hill, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. 

Educated at Albert College, Belleville, Ontario; Lawrence University, 
1884-1887; Garrett Biblical Institute; post graduate work, Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Bloomington, Illinois. Degrees of B. L. and A. M. at Lawrence, 
and B. D. at the Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Pastor in Canada, Wisconsin, and in California. Has been forty-two 
years in the Christian ministry. 

Visited Europe three times, also South America. Made these voy- 
ages as a sailor before the mast. 

Married, September 7, 1887, Arabella Proctor, of De Pere, Wisconsin. 
Children: Douglas, teacher; Amos E.; and Bruce. 

305. DAVID ABBOT DREW. 

Present address unknown. 

Born, May 9, 1865, Proctorsville, Vermont. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1881-1888; University of Chicago, 
1894 to 1896. Degrees, M. S., M. L., A. B., A. M. from Lawrence. Fel- 
low in mathematical astronomy, University of Chicago, 1895-1896. Charter 
member of the Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of America. 

Principal of schools at Marion, Clear Lake, Boyd and Baraboo, 1896- 
1898, assistant, Lowell observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona, and City of Mexico. 
Author of paper on "Mars Popular Astronomy"; two papers on "Measures 
of Sattellite of Neptune," Astronomical Journal; a paper on "Diameter of 
Venus" Astronomical Journal. Professor, University of Indiana. 

Married, December 19, 1898, at Flagstaff, Arizona, Ruby Edna Green- 
leaf, a native of Illinois. One son. 

300. ROBERT STEPHEN JOYCE. (Deceased.) 

Died, February 21, 1922. 
Born, June 3, 1867, Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated, schools of Depere; Lawrence 1884-1887; Rush Medical Col- 
lege. Degrees: B. S. and M. S., Lawrence; M. D., Rush 



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Engaged in practice of medicine and surgery at Ogden for many 
years; president Ogden board of education for eleven years; surgeon of 
Union Pacific Railway, Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway, and Ore- 
gon Short Line Railway. 

Made two trips to Alaska and was president of the Utah State Medi- 
cal Society, and fellow of the Amercian College of Surgeons. 

Married, Kathryn Butcher, Jackson, Michigan. Children: Frances and 
Kathryn J. 

34)7. ELLSWORTH JAMES McKINNEY. 

Present address, Barron, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 24, 1864, Potosi, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the country schools, two years at Lancaster high school 
and at Lawrence University from 1882-1887. Degree of B. S. 

1887-1900, occupied in farming; lumber dealer six years in Barron, 
then returned to original calling. President since 1910 of what is now the 
largest Co-Op. Creamery in the world. President county Holstein Breeders' 
Association; treasurer and secretary local Farm Bureau Association; chair- 
man Township; treasurer school board. 

Married, June 22, 1888, Mildred Taylor, of Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Lelah Van Sickle, Alvah, and Kenneth. 

SOS. ALGERNON FRANCIS OTIS. 

Present address unknown. 



300. JAMES MATTHEW SHORT. (Deceased.) 

Was a civil engineer at Indianapolis, Indiana. 

SIO. EDWIX BOTTOM LY SKEWES. (Deceased.) 

Died, August, 1913. 

Born, January 30, 1858, at Ives Grove, Wisconsin. 

Educated at district school; Racine high school; Beloit Academy and 
Beloit College; and Lawrence 1885-1887. Degree of B. L. from Lawrence. 

Married, October 22, L890, Alice A. Collier, of Ives Grove, Wisconsin. 
Children: Arthur, Edwin, Alice Ruth, and George Jessop. 

ail. LOUISA ELLOIE (THOMPSON) FUNSTON. 

Present address, Winnebago, Wisconsin. 
Born, June 4, 1864, at Lowville, Wisconsin. 
Educated at Lawrence from 1882-1887. Degree of A. B. 
Taught in Denver, Colorado. Has written several poems for differ- 
ent newspapers. 

Married, in 1900, to John L. Funston, of Tilbury, Canada. 



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XXXII. CLASS OF 1888. 

S12. HERMAN HARVEY ALBERS. 

Present address, Allenton, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 15, 1866, New Holstein, Wisconsin. 

Educated at common schools and Lawrence University, 1883 to 188S, 
and Rush Medical College. Degrees B. a. from Lawrence, M. D. from 
Rush Medical College. 

Member of Wisconsin State Medical Society, Washington County Med- 
ical Society, and National Medical Association. Author of papers on sub- 
jects pertaining to medicine published in medical journals. Occupied as 
physician and surgeon at Allenton, Wisconsin, since November, 1891. 
Health officer of town of Addison; third degree Mason. 

Married, November 21, 1906, at Waukesha, Wisconsin, to Ina \ . 
Illian. Children: Edna A. 

313. EDITH ANNE AMES. 

Present address, 541 North Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, March 19, 1868, at Plover, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1883 to 1888. Degree of B. L. 
Teacher at Appleton. Member Novel-History Club, Appleton, Worn 
an's Club, and Daughters of the American Revolution. 

314. LOUIS BENJAMIN COLMAN. 

Present address, Wonewoc, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 10, 1865, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Father was the son of Rev. H. R. Colman, one of the founders of 
Lawrence College, and an early student at Lawrence. 

Educated La Crosse high school; Lawrence University, 1884-1888; 
Garrett Biblical institute. Degrees A. B. from Lawrence and B. D. from 
Garrett. 

Occupied in the ministry of the Methodist church, West Wisconsin 
Conference. Has been pastor in various states. 

Married, September 18, 1894, Edith E. Van Zandt, of La Crosse 
county. Children: Russell B. 

315. EDWARD CHURCH DIXON. 

Present address, 231 S. 8th Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 6, 1868, at Kilbourn, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Kilbourn high school; Lawrence University, 1883-1888; 
Boston University school of theology; Boston University school of all 
sciences. Degrees of A. B., A. M. and D. D. from Lawrence; S. T. B. 
from Boston University. Joined West Wisconsin Conference in 1891. 
Pastor of various churches. Been superintendent Madison district; for 
five years secretary Wisconsin Federation of Churches; member of the 
General Conference of the M. E. church in 1908, 1912 and in 1916; associ- 
ated member of Victoria Institute, London, England; Phi Beta Kappa, 
Gamma Chapter of Wisconsin; Rotarian. 

Married, September 6, 1893, Jennie E. Woodhead. Children: Donald 
P., commended for service and bravery in world war, died October, 1919; 
Frances J.; Jennie G; and Bradford C. 



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316. BERTHA MAY (HAMMOND) STEVENS. 

Present address, 1440 E. Marquette Road, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, January 16, 1867, at La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1884-1888. Degree of B. L. 

Occupied as home-maker. Member of Culture Club of Chicago and 
the Arche Club of Chicago. 

Married, January 21, 1891, to Arthur J. Stevens, Chicago. Children: 
Katherine, Robert, and Joseph. 

317. MARY CORINTHIA HARWOOD. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 19, 1914. 

Born, January 15, 1866, Holley, New York. 

Educated Holley Union school and academy; Lawrence University, 
1883 to 1888; France and Germany, 1891 to 1893, 1901 and 1902. De- 
grees B. L. and M. L. 

Assistant principal high school, Traer, Iowa, 1888-1890; teacher in 
second district, Appleton, 1890-1891; teacher of French and German, Graf- 
ton Hall, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1893-1894; Ripon College for fourteen 
years head of department of modern languages, and dean of women. 

318. JOSEPH WINSLOW HEARD. 

Present address, Long Lake, Minnesota. 

Born, 1864, Brady's Bend, Pennsylvania. 

Educated Lawrence University, 1883-1888. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 
from Lawrence; B. D. from Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Joined Minnesota Conference, Methodist Episcopal church, in 1891. 
Served as pastor of various churches in Minnesota and spent some time 
as pastor at Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida. At present retired. En- 
gaged in horticulture. 

Favorite amusement, trout fishing in the woods of Canada. 

Married, March 14, 1905, in Minneapolis, to Martha E. Schacht. 
Children: Paul Frederick. 



319. LELLA FRANCES (McKESSON) MILLAR. 

Present address, 445 Park Street, Upper Montclair, New Jersey. 

Born, July 15, 1869, Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence University, 1881-1888; graduate woman's law 
class, University of the city of New York, 1903. Degree, B. L. Lawrence. 

Visited Philippine Islands, China, and Japan in company witli hus- 
band in 1904. 

Married, 1889, to William B. Millar. Children: Florence Isabel, Laura, 
married, Muriel Waite, and William Buchanan, Jr. 

320. JOHN LOCKAVOOD MEAD. 

Present address, 636 Pacific Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 1, 1866, Elkhorn, Wisconsin. 

Educated in various public schools, high school at Janesville; Law- 
rence University, 1883-1888; school of pharmacy, University of Wisconsin. 
Degrees of A. B., B. S., A. M., and M. S. from Lawrence; and Ph. G., 
M. S. in pharmaceutical chemistry from University of Wisconsin. 

In drug store, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 1888-1892; university fellow in 
pharmaceutical chemistry, 1893-1894; assistant instructor in pharmaceutical 
technique, 1894-1895; Wisconsin Pharmaceutical Association fellow in 
pharmacy, University of Wisconsin, 1895-1896; proprietor of drug store at 
Antigo, Wisconsin, 1898-1901. Author of various papers on pharmaceutical 
subjects. 



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321. NELLIE LUM (MEAD) ROGERS. 

Present address, 133 Arch Street, Sunbury, Pennsylvania. 
Born at Waterloo, Wisconsin. 

Entered Lawrence University in 1884, graduated in 1888. Spent a 
year of post graduate work. Specialized in music. 

Married to Benjamin Talbot Rogers, class of '86. Children: see 295. 

322. HELEN JARVIS (UNDERWOOD) SHEDD. 

Present address, 1619 Ashland Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born, February 19, 1888, Fort Edward, New York. ' 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1884-1888. Degree A. B , Student 
of Smith College school of art at Northampton, Massachusetts, 1890. 

Member of Woman's Club, Evanston, 111.; Social Service Department, 
and Dramatic Club, Evanston. 

Married, at Appleton, October 12, 1892, to Henry Sprague Shedd of 
Whitewater, Wisconsin. Children: Henry Wentwbrth, student at Beloit 
College; Jarvis A., student at Evanston, 111.; John Barton, student in 
public schools, Evanston. 

323. JENNIE ELWOOD (VVOODHEAD) DIXON. 

Present address, 231 S. 8th Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 22, 1862, Ripon, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1884-1888. Degrees B. S. and M. S. 

Teacher at Kilbourn, Wisconsin, 1888-1890; teacher at Lawrence Uni- 
versity, 1890-1893. 

Member of Gamma Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa; vice-president of La 
Crosse Twentieth Century Club; lay delegate to General Conference Meth- 
odist Episcopal church, 1912. 

Married, September 6, 1893, to Edwin C. Dixon, of Kilbourn, Wis- 
consin. Children: See No. 315. 



XXXIII. CLASS OF 1889. 

324. JAMES LAWSON BONHAM. 

Present address, Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 28, 1862, at Town of Troy, Wisconsin. 

Educated in district school at Black Hawk; Spring Green high school; 
Lawrence, 1883-1889. Degree of LL. B. at University of Wisconsin. 

District attorney of Sauk county in 1901 to 1905. 

Married, January 15, 1895, M. Grace Stanley, of Baraboo, Wisconsin. 
Children: Mabel L. and Robert J. 

325. WILLIAM BOTZER. 

Present address, Mayfield, Washington. 

Born, November 15, 1859, in Germany. 

Educated at Lawrence 1882-1889, and Bennett Medical College. De- 
gree of M. D. from Bennett. Physician and surgeon at Clinton, Wiscon- 
sin, 1897, and Mayfield, Washington, since 1902. 

Past Master of F. & A. M. 

Married, June 22, 1889, Gertrude Rumery, of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Children: Leila, Bessie, Georgia. 



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320. WALTER DeLOSS COLE. 

Present address, 122 S. West Street, Lima, Ohio. 

Born, November 15, 18(54, at Kewaunee, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1895-1899, and at Garrett Biblical 
Institute. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. from Lawrence, and D. D. from 
Ohio Northern University. 

Occupied as minister of Methodist Episcopal church. Joined the 
Northwestern Ohio Conference 1889; pastor in various churches in Iowa, 
Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio. District superintendent. Four years chap- 
lain 1st Regiment, Ohio National Guards. Traveled in Europe, Asia, and 
Africa. Member General Conference of Methodist Episcopal church in 
1916 and in 1920. In fifth year as pastor at Lima, Ohio, a church with 
2,000 members. 

Married, September 9, 1890, Cora M. Riley of Spirit Lake, Iowa. 
Children: Katherine. 

327. MARIE FLORENCE GOULD. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 2, 1913. 

Educated at Lawrence University 1887-1889. 

Taught two years after graduation in high school at Manitowoc. 

328. EDWARD GAFFIELD JONES. (Deceased.) 

Born, January 17, 1868, at Ontonagon, Michigan. 

Educated at Ryon high school, Appleton; Lawrence, 1885-1889; Wis- 
consin Law School, 1889-1891. Degrees of B. L. from Lawrence; and B. 
L. from Wisconsin Law School in 1891. 

Traveled extensively through the United States and especially in the 
northwest. 

Occupied since graduation as attorney and dealer in real estate, Ap- 
pleton. 

Married, July 5, 1899, Katherine E. Fox, of Chautauqua, New York. 
Two daughters. 

329. HARRIET (LUMMIS) SMITH. 

Present address, 4812 Florence Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Born in Auburndale, Massachusetts. 

Father for nineteen years professor of Greek in Lawrence College. 

Early training received at home under care of parents. Entered Law- 
rence University in 1886, graduating in 1889 with degree of A. B. 

Taught in high schools of Lake Geneva and Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 
In 1894 accepted an editorial position with the David Cook Publishing 
company which she still retains. For a number of years has been engaged 
in literary work. Published articles in McClure's, Munsey's, Sunday As- 
sociated Magazines, Harper's Bazaar, Delineator, and between 60 and 70 
other publications. She is the author of a number of books. The Friendly 
Terrace Series is a series of books for girls in five volumes. She has also 
written three novels, "Other People's Business," "Agatha's Aunt," and 
"Alias Cynthia." 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, October 11, 1905, to William M. 
Smith of Baltimore. 



330. WILLIAM HELL MILLAR. 

Present address, 445 Park Street, Upper Montclair, New Jersey. 
Born, September 16, 1866, at Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 
Educated at Milton College; and at Lawrence 1885-1889. Degree of 
A. B. from Lawrence; also D. D. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 309 

Secretary Y. M. C. A. at La Crosse; secretary Twenty-third Street Y. 
M. C. A., New York city; secretary International Committee Y. M. C. A., 
in charge of Army and Navy work; general secretary of the Layman's 
Missionary Movement; secretary New York Federation of Churches. Has 
traveled extensively in Europe and Asia. 

Married, July 15, 1889, Leila Frances McKesson, class of '88, at 
Lawrence. Children: Florence Isabel, Laura, Muriel Waite, and William 
B., Jr., attending public school. 

331. THOMAS DANIEL WILLIAMS. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 13, 1858, at Ottawa, Wisconsin. 

Educated Milton College; Whitewater normal; and Lawrence Univer- 
sity 1884-1889. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence; also D. D. 

Pastor of various churches; superintendent of Oshkosh district; pas- 
tor at Janesville; superintendent Appleton district. 

Married, December 26, 1889, Lucy A. Stewart, of Dousman. Wiscon- 
sin. Children: Stewart, Lola, deceased, Walter, and Lulu, all graduates of 
Lawrence, 



XXXIV. CLASS OF 1890. 

332. JAMES RAE ARAEILL. 

Present address, 1055 Pennsylvania avenue, Denver, Colorado. 

Born, in 1869, at Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1883-1890; University of Michigan, 1890-1894; 
post graduate at Vienna, 1898; Harvard, 1901. Degrees of A. B. from 
Lawrence; M. D. from University of Michigan; and D. D. from Law- 
rence. 

Member of various medical societies, national, state and city; Min- 
nesota Club of Denver; Phi Beta Kanpa, Sigma Psi fraternity. Member 
of Nu Sigma Nu (medical fraternity), Sigma Xi (scientific fraternity). 

General practitioner of medicine, 1894-1S97. at_ Yentura, California; 
from 1897-1903, instructor in clinical medicine in Unversty of Michigan; 
from 1903-1915, professor of medicine in University of Colorado; service 
in medical department of United States army during parts of 1917, 1918, 
1919. Medical consultant at Ban hospital, Camp Kearney. Member Med- 
ical and Surgical Group, Denver, since 1919. 

Author of volume on "Clinical Diagnosis and Urinalysis." Contribu- 
tor to numerous medical journals and to "The Reference Handbook of 
Medical Sciences." Recreations, baseball, football, golf and track. Trav- 
eled extensively in Europe. 

Married, September 12, 1900, Sara Hyatt Taylor, of Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania. Children: Anne and James Rae, Jr. 

333. FLORENCE MARILLA AUSTIN. 

Present address, 694 Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born in Calumet county, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence University 1887-1890. Degree of B. L. 

Taught in public schools of Fond du Lac and Milwaukee, and in Mil- 
waukee academy until 1909. At the present time engaged in lyceum work, 
booking lectures, concerts and other attractions in the north central and 
western states. 

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:i;j4. FREDERICK WALDO BARKER. (Deceased.) 

Died, February 28, 1908. 

Born, June 24, 1867, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at third ward school, Appleton; at Lawrence University 
1884-1890. 

1890, with surveying party in northern Michigan; 1891-1895, archi- 
tectural draftsman in Chicago; 1895-1900, theological training at the 
church of the Ascension and Western Theological Seminary, Chicago. 
Summer and fall of 1900, in charge of church of St. John the Evangelist, 
Chicago; vicar of the church of the Ascension, Merrill, Wisconsin, 1900 
to time of his decease. 

335. GEORGE WILLIAM BOWERS. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 8, 1898. 

Born, April 20, 1868, Vinland, Wisconsin. 

Educated, country schools; Lawrence 1884-1890; Rush Medical Col- 
lege, 1891-1895. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence and M. D. from Rush 
Medical College. 

1895-1897, practiced medicine in Oshkosh. 

336. LEONARD ALBERTUS BROWN. 

Present address, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 12, 1868, at La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Stevens Point high school; Lawrence 1887-1890. De- 
grees of B. A. and M. A. 

Taught in several high schools in Wisconsin, Later interested in 
newspaper work. For a time in real estate business. Editor at Waupaca, 
Iola, New London. Now advertising manager, Eagle-Star, Marinette. 

Married, August 24, 1897, Alia A. Armstrong, of Wausau, Wiscon- 
sin. Children: Hugh L., Shannon A., and Dorothy. 

337. EUNICE ANN FENELON. 

Present address, Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 5, 1867, Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

Educated schools of Weyauwega; Lawrence 1887-1890. Degree of B. S. 

1891-1893, teacher, Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

338. EMMA KNOWLES (GIFFIN) STEVENS. 

Present address, 1126 N. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

Born, April 1, 1866, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Fond du Lac high school; Lawrence 1888-1890; Cook 
county normal, Chicago. Degree B. L. at Lawrence. 

Member of the original chapter P. E. O., a secret sorority, and of 
the D. A. R. Taught in the first ward school, Appleton, 1890-1891. At- 
tended normal in Chicago, 1891-1892. Taught in Maywood and other 
places up to January, 1904. Traveled in Europe 1902. Member P. E. O. 
sisterhood. D. A. R. and Woman's Literary Club of Colorado Springs. 

Married, November 26. 1896, to Frank L. Stevens, M. D. of Fond du 
Lac, Wisconsin. One child, who died in March, 1904, after living but a 
few days. 



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330. HARRY RREWSTER LIMMIS. (Deceased.) 

Deceased in Los Angeles, California, March 1, 1900. 

Son of Dr. Henry and Jennie Brewster Lummis. 

Born in Auburndale, Massachusetts. 

His preparation* for college was received under the tuition of his 
father and mother, except for one year in the public schools of Water- 
town, Massachusetts. Entered the freshman class of Lawrence Univer- 
sity in 1886, and was prominent in athletics of the college throughout his 
course. 

After graduating in 1890, he spent some time in Georgia and Kansas. 
While teaching in Georgia his health gave way, and he underwent a severe 
illness from which he never fully recovered, though he regained his health 
sufficiently to fill the position of city editor of the Appleton Crescent for 
some time. 

The last few years of his life were spent in Los Angeles, California. 

340. KATHERIXE LUMMIS. 

Present address 4812 Florence Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Born in Natick, Massachusetts. 

Father, Henry Lummis, professor of Greek at Lawrence College for 
many years. 

She fitted for college under the tuition of her parents, and entered 
Lawrence in 1886, graduating in 1890, with the degree of A. B. Gradu- 
ate student at Stanford University receiving the A. M. degree; also Ph. 
D. ; student American School of Classic Studies in Rome, Italy. 

She taught Latin and Greek in the high school of La Crosse and 
Milwaukee high schools and in the College of the Pacific at San Jose, 
California. Later at Sweet Briar College, Maryland. 

341. OLIX ANDREW MEAD. 

Present address, 656 Pacific Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 30, 1868. at Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the public schools, and at Lawrence University; also 
University of Wisconsin. Lawrence academy, 1883-1886; Lawrence Uni- 
versity, 1886-1890; University of Wisconsin, 1890-1892. Degree of A. B. 
from Lawrence; B. C. E. from Wisconsin; A. M. from Lawrence in 1903. 

Has engaged in teaching, office work and civil engineering for Chi- 
cago and Northwestern Railway. 

At present registrar of Lawrence College. Member of Waverly Lodge 
No. 51, F. & A. M.; Appleton Chapter No. 47, R. A. M.; Appleton Com- 
mandery No. 29, K. T. ; Wisconsin Consistory A. A. S. R., Tripoli Temple. 

Married, Gertrude Estey, of Appleton, July 12, 1921. 

342. ADA ELIZABETH MYERS. 

Present address, 760 Lawrence Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 30, 1869, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Appleton high school, and at Lawrence from 1883 to 1890. 
Degree of B. L. and certificate of graduation in department of music. 

Member of the Clio Club of Appleton. Was worthy matron of Fi- 
delity chapter of the order of Eastern Star of Appleton during the years 
of 1899 and 1900, and 1910-1911. President of the P. E. O. sisterhood 
1911-1912. Member Woman's Club of Appleton. 



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343. RASMUS PETER RASMUSSEN. (Deceased.) 

Died at Superior, Wisconsin, in 1899. 

Born, March 8, 1868, at Randolph, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Randolph high school; Lawrence 1885-1890. Degree of 
B. S. 

In charge of the Webster Manufacturing company plant, at Superior, 
Wisconsin, 1890-1892; with Marshall Wells Hardware company, at Su- 
perior, 1893; Buffalo Oil company in 1894, of which he was president and 
general manager at the time of his death; also president and general man- 
ager of Superior Warehouse company at the time of his death. 

Not married. 

344. MARK PALMER SMITH. 

Present address. Menasha, Wisconsin. 
Born, December 10, 1866, Clintonville, Wisconsin. 
Educated, schools of Clintonville; Lawrence, 1887-1890. 
1S90, farming in Waupaca county; 1891 to present, with Menasha 
Wooden Ware Co., Menasha, Wisconsin. 

345. ELTON FREMONT SPICER. 

Present address, Colville, Washington. 

Born, April 16, 1861, in Outagamie county, Wisconsin. 

Educated, schools at Appleton; Lawrence 1884-1890. 

Engaged in the ministry. Stationed at Excelsior, Litchfield, Warren, 
and Rush City, all in Minnesota. In the ministry of the Methodist Episco- 
pal church until Rush City pastorate. Since then in the ministry of the 
Presbyterian church. 

Married, August 30, 1893, Minnie May Shepherd, Ripon, Wisconsin. 

346. HATTIE ISABEL (STANDARD) WALKER. 

Present address, 419 Liberty Street, Ashland, Oregon. 

Born, February 27, 1870, at Bristol, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the first ward school at Appleton; at Lawrence 1885- 
1890. Received the degree of B. S. 

Taught one year in high school at Antigo, Wisconsin; also at second 
ward school at Appleton. 

Married, April 5, 1893, to Frank H. Walker. Children: Donald, stu- 
dent in dentistry; Mildred, Helen, Janet and Frand Stannard, in public 
schools. 



347. FRANK CROMBIE STVDLEY. 

Present address, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 23, 1869, New York city. 

Educated, New York public schools, Lawrence University, College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, New York city. Degrees, B. S. from Lawrence; 
M. D. from College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Member Milwaukee Medical Society, Milwaukee County Medical So- 
ciety and Wisconsin Medical Associaton. 

Practiced medicine in Milwaukee. Seven years ago founded the River- 
side Sanitarium, of which he is now physician in charge. 

Married, January 17, 1894, Nellie M. West, of Appleton. Children: 
Theda, Elizabeth, William Harrison and Helen Louise. 



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348. DAVID HENRY WALKER. (Deceased.) 

Died, January, 1914. 

Born, July 1, 1867. 

Educated at Lawrence 1884-1890; University of Wisconsin, 1890-1892. 
Degree of B. L. from Lawrence. 

After graduation practiced law at Rhinelander, Wisconsin, until his 
death. City attorney for four terms at Rhinelander; officer in the Na- 
tional Guard for six years. 

Married. 

349. FRANK HIRAM WALKER. 

Present address, 419 Liberty Street, Ashland, Oregon. 

Born, December 30, 1867, at Kilbourn city, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the common school at Kilbourn; at Lawrence 1890-1892; 
Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Degree of B. S. at 
Lawrence. Took a special course of two vears in civil engineering at 
Lehigh. 

1892-1896 with F. C. Loweth, consulting civil engineer at St. Paul, 
Minnesota; 1896 to 1905, assistant engineer for the Chicago & Northwest- 
ern Railway, engaged on the Minnesota and Dakota divisions. Division 
and first assistant engineer on construction, Franklin and Clear Field Ry., 
1895-1910. Practicing civil engineer at Ashland, Oregon, 1910 to date. 

Member of American Society of New Jersey Civil Engineers. 

Married, April 5, 1893, Hattie Isabel Stannard. at Appleton. Chil- 
dren: See No. 346. 

350. ELIZABETH AVILSOX. 

Present address, 5 Russell Street, Calcutta, India. 

Born, August 19, 1867, at Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University from 1882-1890, at irregular periods. 
Degrees of A. B. and A. M. Studied one semester at the University of 
Tena, Germany. 1894-1900, instructor in English and Latin at Lawrence; 
1898-1899, student Oxford University, England; 1890-1891, state secretary 
Young Women's Christian Association of Wisconsin and Minnesota; 1891- 
1893, international secretary Y. W. C. A., headquarters at Chicago; 1900, 
national secretary Y. W. C. A., in charge of training institute for secre- 
taries. Doing Y. W. C. A. work in India. She has written various 
articles in church papers on travel and literary themes; and has done 
much speaking, before churches and general audiences on literary work 
and various phases of religious work; executive secretary department Na- 
tional Board, Y W. C. A., 1906 to present time; headquarters at New 
York city. 

Member of Montclair College Woman's Club; New York Branch of 
the Association of Collegiate" Alumnae; the Caroline Country Club for 
Social Workers; member of Religious Education Society; Federation of 
Churches, etc. 

Traveled extensively in United States and Europe. 



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XXXV. CLASS OF 1891. 

351. HENRY WILLIAM ABRAHAM. (Deceased.) 

Died, November 22, 1920. 

Born, August 1, 1866, in Germany. 

Educated at public schools of Wausau; Lawrence University 1886- 
1891; Rush Medical College, Chicago. Degrees, B. S. Lawrence; M. D., 
Rush Medical. 

Member of the Phoenix society, Theta Phi fraternity, Appleton Medi- 
cal Club, Outagamie County Medical Society, and Fox River Valley Medi- 
cal Society. 

Instructor in science and German, Appleton high school, 1891-1894; 
traveled as tutor in Europe and studied medicine in Vienna, 1894-1895; 
studied medicine at Rush Medical College, 1895-1898. 

Practiced medicine in Appleton since 1898. 

Married, September 7, 1899, Nellie Bassett, Berlin, Wisconsin. One 
daughter, Margaret. 

352. ANDREW SPENCER BAILEY. (Deceased.) 

Died, September 30, 1914. 

Born, September 23, 1869, in Appleton. 

Educated at common schools of Appleton; Lawrence University; den- 
tistry department of University of Michigan. Degree of D. D. S. from 
L T niversity of Michigan. 

Practiced dentistry in Menominee, Michigan. 

353. GEORGE ALFRED COOKE. 

Present address, Lewisville, Pennsylvania. 

Born, January 16, 1866, Armagh. Ireland. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1886-1891; Garrett Biblical Institute, 1893-1894; 
Boston University, school of theology, 1898-1900. Degree of A. B. from 
Lawrence. Entered the ministry in the Minnesota Conference in 1891, 
and preached in several other states. 

Married, November 15, 1892, Bertha Case, of Austin, Minnesota. 
Children: Raymond Ward, Don'Alvyn; Evelyn Mallalieu. 

354. SADIE ANN (DAVIS) REYNOLDS. 

Present address, Route 6, Box 298 B, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, July 14, 1869, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the Fond du Lac high schools; Lawrence, seven years. 
Degree of B. S. 

1902-1904, teacher of drawing at Doane College, Crete, Nebraska. In- 
structor in art metal work 1909-10, Puget Sound University, Tacoma, 
Washington. Received silver medal for work done in hammered brass at 
the A. Y.-P. Exposition. 

Spent one year in Europe, 1899-1900. Traveled 1400 miles on a 
bicycle in France and Switzerland, southern Germany and in England. 

Married, December 25, 1895, to Walter Guernsey Reynolds, native of 
Mansfield, Pennsylvania. One child, Lamar Guernsey. 



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355. CHARGES LEONARD FRENCH. (Deceased.) 

Born, December 27, 1864, at Plainfield, Windham county, Connecticut. 

Educated in the country schools of Connecticut; high school, Wau- 
paca; Lawrence, 1885-1891; Chicago Theological Seminary, 1893-1896. De- 
grees of A. B. Lawrence; B. D. at Chicago Theological Seminary. 

Principal of various high schools in Wisconsin; instructor in North 
land College; pastor of Congregational churches in Illinois, Iowa and 
Connecticut. 

Married, September 9, 1891, Hattie A. Clapp, of Menasha, Wisconsin. 
One son, Robert L. 

356. GEORGE VOLKMAR GANZEL. 

Present address, Brady, Texas. 

Born, September 14, 1867, Jackson county, Wisconsin. 
Educated at Lawrence College and University of Michigan. 
Followed civil engineering from 1893-1906. At present engaged in 
farming. 

Married in 1903 at Brady, Texas, to Enid Turner. No children. 

357. SUSIE ELIZABETH HAYLETT. (Deceased.) 

Deceased, 1896. 

358. EDITH MAY LOGAN. 

Present address, E. 510 33rd Avenue, Spokane, Washington. 

Educated Lawrence College and Cream City Business College, Mil- 
waukee. 

In public school work in Wisconsin; then taught in Spokane College, 
and Jenkins Institute. Now with Northwestern Business College. Has 
written poems and short stories. 

350. KARL MATHIE. 

Present address, 529 Grant Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 12, 1866, at Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Wausau high school; Lawrence, 1886-1891; Harvard. L891. 
Degree M. S. at Lawrence. 

Principal of high school at Wausau 1892-1895; assistant pastor of 
Congregational church, Appleton, Wis., 1895-1896; superintendent of 
schools at Wausau 1896-1905; manager of Watab Pulp & Paper Co., Sar- 
tell, Minn., 1905-1910; manager of Wausau Sulphite Fibre Co., Mosinee, 
Wis. Wausau Sulphite Fibre Co. is the first mill built in America for 
the express purpose of making sulphite pulp and paper. 

President of the N. E. Wisconsin Teacher's Association 1899; presi- 
dent of the Wisconsin State Teacher's Association 1901; candidate for 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction 1902; president Industrial 
Board of Education, Wausau, 1913; member of Board of Regents of 
Minnesota State Normal School 1907-1910; member of Board of Trustees, 
Lawrence College, since 1910; member of Wausau Country Club; Wiscon- 
sin State Historical Society. In 1917 secretary Friends of German Democ- 
racy, a society to combat disloyalty. Member Wisconsin State Historical 
Association, American Political Science Association, Wausau Country Club, 
Rotary Club, thirty-second degree Mason, state chairman Woodrow Wil- 
son Foundation; at present candidate for governor of Wisconsin on Demo- 
cratic ticket. 

Married, July 27, 1892, Carrie H. Briggs, of Appleton. Children: 
Karl Theodore, deceased; Katherine Elizabeth, teacher; and Cornelia Zoa 
Bell. 



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300. ALICE MAY (ROGERS) IRVING. 

Present address, Kelcyville, California. 

Born, March 18, 1869, at Vinland, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1886-1891; De- 
gree B. S., M. A. University of California. 

1893-1900, teacher in Appleton. 

Married, 1900, to Dr. Arthur E. Irving, a native of Bourne, England, 
and graduate of Chicago College of Dental Surgery. No children. 

301. ERNEST ALLEN RONEY. (Deceased.) 

Drowned summer of 1918. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1885 and 1891. Degree B. S. 

1892-1894, teacher in Chicago, Illinois, and Eureka, Wisconsin; 1894- 
1897, merchant, Waupun; 1897 to 1910, lumber manufacturer, Seattle, 
Washington. Real estate, farming and building. 

Married, July 23, 1898, Kate Trever, class of '94. See No. 401. 

302. CHARLES DENISON THOMPSON. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 31, 1872, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1886-1891; post graduate 
1891-1892. Degree of B. S. 

1892-1898, cashier of Ingold Bros. & Co., Appleton, Wisconsin; 1899 
to present, with the Fox River Paper company, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Member of the general conference of the M. E. church 1912; past 
master F. & A. M.; state president and also state secretary of the Wis- 
consin Epworth League. Member city council, Appleton. 

Married, December 3, -1902, Fannie M. Scott, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Carl and Francis. 

303. MERTIE EVALINE (THOMPSON) CAMPBELL. 

Present address, 1009 S. Pennsylvania, Denver, Colorado. 

Born, November 1, 1870, at Poynette, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools, Appleton; Lawrence 1885-1891. Degree of 
A. B. 

For two years after graduation taught in Colorado; in missionary 
work in Mexico 1893-1908; 1908 to present time, teacher at Denver. 

Has done considerable work of translating from English into Spanish. 

Married, June 27, 1893, to Charles Danforth Campbell, who died at 
Guadalajara, Mexico, September 17, 1899. Children: Donald A., junior 
in University of Colorado taking mechanical engineering course; Dorothy 
May. 

304. HERBERT LESLIE WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 1219 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia. 

Born, April 28, 1868, at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 

Educated at schools of Fort Atkinson; Lawrence 1885-1891; Boston 
University School of Theology, 1892, 1895; Hahnemann Medical College, 
Chicago, 1903-1906. Degree of A. B. from Lawrence; M. D. from Hahne- 
mann Medical College. 

As Methodist Episcopal clergyman in Maine, Wisconsin and Illinois. 

Practiced medicine as eye, ear, nose and throat specialist since 1906. 

Has done considerable lecturing on a variety of subjects. States con- 
cerning achievements or noteworthy incidents, "Too modest to give par- 
ticulars." 

Member of county and state medical societies in Maine. 

Married, June 12, 1895, Nettie F. Oliver, native of Jefferson, Maine. 
One daughter, Ruth Constance, at Lisbon, Maine. 



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XXXVI. CLASS OF 1892. 

365. EDSO\ DIANE ALLEN. 

Present address, R. F. D. 3, Pulaski, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 4, 1862, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated in district school; Mann's Commercial College, Fond du Lac; 
Lawrence, 1884-1892. Degree A. B. 

Clergyman, Methodist Episcopal church; various appointments in Wis- 
consin Conference. 

Married, September 28, 1897, Josie R. Rowbotham, of Abrams, \\ is- 
consin. One son, Clyde R., born May 22, 1900, died May 3, 1902; and 
Earl Edson. 

366. ANNA HARRIETTE CARPENTER. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 1, 1920. 

Born, December 18, 1870, at Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1887-1892; Boston College of Oratory, 1892-1893. 
graduated at Chicago Training School for Missions 1908. Degree B. L. at 
Lawrence. 

1892-1905, teacher in high school at Wausau. Instructor in Old Testa- 
ment history and prophecy in Chicago Training School for Missions. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa at Lawrence. 

367. FAWIE BELL (COATES) WEBBER. 

Present address, 736 Maryland Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 28, 1870, on a farm near Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1887-1892; Boston College of Oratory, 1892-1893. 
Degree of B. S. at Lawrence. 

Taught for one year in schools of Neenah; following year, returned 
to Boston and entered senior class of Curry School of Expression, gradu- 
ating in 1896. Taught one year at Lawrence University; 1896-1899, teacher 
in elocution in Girls' Classical School at Indianapolis, Indiana. Is much 
interested in the religious education of children and is giving considerable 
time to organizing Wisconsin Congregational high school girls for mission- 
ary activities. 

Married, Apirl 11, 1900, to Irving Martin Webber, native of New- 
London, Wisconsin. 

368. CARLOS EVERETT COXAXT. 

Present address, 112 Nevada Street, Northfield, Minnesota. 

Born, November 27, 1870, at Cabot, Vermont. 

Educated, Lawrence University 1888 and graduated with degrees A. 
B., A. M. and first honor. 

Ph. D. University of Chicago 1911; graduate student at the Univer- 
sity of Minnesota 1892-1893; University of Leipzig, Germany, 1907; fellow 
and Sanskrit and Comparative Philology, University of Chicago, 1910-1911. 
Professor of modern languages, University of Chattanooga. Acting associ- 
ate professor of Comparative Philology, Indiana University 1911-1912 on 
leave of absence from University of Chattanooga. Now professor Carleton 
College. Lecturer in Indonesian Philology, University of Chicago, sum- 
mer quarters, 1908, 1910, 1911, 1913 and 1914. Author of "The Pepet 
Law in Philippine Languages," published by Anthropos, Vienna, 1912; 
also of numerous articles in scientific journals on Indonesian philology. 
Translator of first five books of New Testament into Bisava (a Philippine 
language) for American Bible Society 1902-1904, and of Luke's Gospel into 
Ibanak 1905 for the same society. Prepared a Bisaya Language Die- 



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tionary at Cebu, P. I., 1906. 1893-1894, professor of languages, Chaddock 
College, Quincy, Illinois; 1894-1895, associate professor of languages, Ben- 
zonia College, Benzonia, Michigan; 1895-1898, professor of Greek and 
Latin, Lincoln University, Lincoln, Illinois; 1898-1899, assistant in Latin 
and German, Kalamazoo College, Michigan; 1900-1901, professor of Ger- 
man and Spanish, Washburn College. Topeka, Kansas; 1901-1904, teacher 
of English, bureau of education, Philippine Islands. April, 1904, appointed 
translator, bureau of public lands, Manila, Philippine Islands. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa, American Oriental Society, German Orien- 
tal Society, Societe Asiatique, Academie Malgache (Madagascar), Ver- 
mony Historical Society, American Dialect Society, Natural Geog. Soc, 
and Spanish American Atheneum. 

Traveled around the world. Was six years in the Philippines. Vis- 
ited Japan, China, East Indies, India, Egypt, Greece and other countries 
of Europe. 

Is spending the present year in study at Berlin, Germany. 

Married, March 11, 1902, Miss Dorothy Tuckerman, of Topeka, Kan., 
at Manila; died June 23, 1902, at Dumaguete, Negros, P. I. Married Miss 
Julie Laubmeyer, at Koenigsberg, Germany, February 1, 1908. 

369. NELLIE (DUBOIS) HARRIMAN. 

Present address, 903 Perry Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 7, 1867, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence, 1888-1892; special 
student University of Wisconsin, at different times after graduating at 
Lawrence. Degree M. S. at Lawrence. 

1891-1900, teacher of mathematics and natural science at Ryan high 
school, Appleton. 

Married, 1900, to Florian J. Harriman. Children: Celia, Marguerite, 
Ilelene, John and Frank. 

370. NELLIE ELIZABETH (FOBD) COOKE. 

Present address, 7024 Hawthorne Avenue, Hollywood, California. 

Born, May 29, 1869, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Mother, Mrs. Margaret D. Ford, first matron of Ormsby Hall. 

Educated at Fond du Lac high school; Lawrence, 1888 to 1892; Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, 1892-1893. Obtained degree B. S. from Lawrence. 

1893-1895, teacher of science, Whitewater high school; spent summer 
of 1895 traveling in Europe; 1902-1903, corresponding secretary, Iowa 
Federation women's clubs; 1904-1905, auditor; member of D. A. R., Kappa 
Kappa Gamma of the University of Wisconsin; member of P. E. O., D. A. 
R., Hollywood Woman's Club, Woman's University Club. 

Married, March 27, 1895, to Thomas F. Cooke, native of Dubuque, 
Iowa. Children: Edwin David and Elizabeth, both graduates University of 
California. 

371. ALICE ESTHER (GUERNSEY) DEMING. 

Present address, 5925 Race Avenue, Austin Station, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, November 23, 1869, at Amherst, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1888-1892, with exception of one year 1890. 
1892, teacher of music at Wausau. 

Married, 1893, to James F. Deming, of Hartford, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Alice, James, and Howard. 



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372. MATTIE ALICE (LEONARD) JONES. 

Present address, 2 Oak Avenue, Aurora, Illinois. 
Born, 1870. 

Educated Lawrence College. Degree B. L. 

Married, 1 S £» i: , Fay 1'. Jones, of Wausau, Wisconsin. Children: How- 
ard L., Julius A, arid De Wayne S. 

373. CHARLES WILBUR MORSE. 

Present address, Amboy, Minnesota. 

Born, January 24, 1865, at Lunenburg, Massachusetts. 

Educated in district school at Leominster, Massachusetts; Lawrence 
1886-1892. Degree of B. S. 

Occupied in ministry of Methodist Episcopal church in Minnesota. 

Married, October 22, 1891, Anna Gilson of Appleton. One son, Guy 
Wilbur. 

374. MANLY JAY SANDBORN. 

Present address, 737 Durkee Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 25, 1869, at Freedom, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1887-1892; degree B. S.; Northwestern Medical 
School, degree of M. D. 

Member of American Medical Society, Wisconsin State Medical So-, 
ciety, Outagamie County Medical Society and Fox River Valley Medical 
Society. 

Engaged in the practice of medicine at Appleton. Made a special 
study of anaethesia and radiology. Since 1918 practice been limited to 
Radiology. Member of county, state and national medical societies. Mem- 
ber Radiological Society of North America of which he is secretary-treas- 
urer. Was president Appleton Rotary Club. 

Favorite amusement, camping and fishing. 

Married, June 10, 1896, Flora Thompson, of Appleton. Two children: 
Ruth Ellen and Lloyd Thompson. 

375. SAMUEL THOMPSON WALKER. 

Present address, 1938 Rowley Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 20, 1871, at Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1883-1884 and 1888-1892; University of Wiscon- 
sin 1893-1895. Degree of B. L. from Lawrence, and LL. B. from Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. 

1895-1903, practiced law at Rhinelander as junior member of* firm of 
Walker & Walker; 1899-1903, district attorney of Oneida county, Wiscon- 
sin; 1903 to 1909, department of state, Madison. Assistant secretary R. R. 
Commission of Wisconsin, 1907-1913; assistant secretary and treasurer of 
the Standall Toftoy Co. of Madison; president of the National Concrete 
Machinery Co.; secretary and treasurer of Southern Wisconsin Realty Co.; 
vice-president Riverside Realty Co.; treasurer Independent Cattle Co. 

Member of Delta Tau Delta, Madison; Phi Delta Phi, Madison; Madi- 
son Club and Kiwanis Club. 

Married, August 30, 1899, Anna A. Alban, a native of Wausau, who 
attended Lawrence, 1890-1892. Children: Dorothy Ann, Helen Alban, Jean. 



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370. FRANCIS BOYD WELLS. 

Present address, Harvard Avenue at Ray, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, March 17, 1871, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton and Lawrence. Degrees B. L. 
and B. Mus. 

1902-1903, student of music in Berlin, Germany, and Paris, France. 
1905-1906, studied music in Paris. Foreign correspondent for several 
American newspapers. 

Settled at Seattle 1892. Has taught music in colleges, seminaries and 
privately; been musical correspondent and critic for several periodicals. 
Twice toured in recitals through Australia and New Zealand; twice toured 
through South Africa, England, Western America and Canada. 

Member of Masons, Elks and numerous social and musical clubs all 
over the world. At present dean and associate director of the Cornish 
school. 

Unmarried. 

377. FREDERICK SCHERER WHEELER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 5, 1868, Painesville, Ohio. 

Educated, schools, Appleton; Lawrence University, 1892. Degrees, A. 
B. and A. M., Lawrence; B. D., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1896. 

Occupied in the ministry in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Port Coldwell 
and Sudbury, Ontario. Of late in business at Appleton. 

Married, December 20, 1900, Bertha Foster Titus, of Detroit. Chil- 
dren: Ethelyne, Arthur, Helen and Sylvia. 

378. ARTHUR JOHNSON WILBOR. 

Present address, 921 Main Street, Racine, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 1, 1867, at Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

Educated at Lawrence 1887-1892; University of Wisconsin, and Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1894-1895. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

1893-1894, teacher of science at Stevens Point high school; 1895-1896, 
at Lawrence University, 1896 to present time, at Racine high school. 



XXXVII. CLASS OF 1893. 

379. CHARLES SAMUEL BOYD. 

Present address, 732 Lawrence Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Botn, November 27, 1871, at Appleton. 

Educated at Appleton public schools; Lawrence 1886-1893. Degree of 
B. S. One year of graduate work in Chicago University. 

Salesman for Moser-Burgess Paper Co., Chicago, 1894 salesman for 
Plover Paper Co., Stevens Point, 1900-1906; 1907 to date, president and 
manager of Appleton Coated Paper Co., Appleton, Wis. Trustee of Law- 
rence College. 

Member Country Club, Appleton, and University Club, Chicago. 

Married, April, 1920. One child: Martha H. 

380. CLIFFORD HENRY COLWELL. 

Present address, Victor, Colorado. 

Born, August 13, 1870, Ishpeming, Michigan. 

Educated Lawrence 1890-1893. Degree of B. S. 

1893-1895, traveling salesman; 1895-1896, assistant cashier Norrie 
mine, Ironwood, Michigan; 1896-1901, prospecting and mining in Colorado 
and Utah; 1901-1902, bookkeeper, Victor, Colorado; 1902-1904, cashier Col- 
orado Trading and Transfer company, Victor, Colorado; manager of the 
City Transfer company, Cripple Creek, Colorado. 



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381. JESSE ANDREW DEAN. 

Present address, 1745 E. 34th Avenue, Denver, Colorado. 

Born, January 27, 1868, Appleton. 

Educated at Oshkosh normal; Lawrence, 1888-1893; law department 
Chicago University, .1896. Degree B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. and Ph. 
D., University of Denver. 

1893-1897, with Swift & Company, Chicago; 1898, minister of Metho- 
dist Episcopal church, Rock River (Illinois) conference. At present pro- 
baton officer Juvenile Court appointed by Bishop McConnell at request of 
Judge Ben B. Lindsey. 

Married, September 6, 1893, Edith Wiltse, native of Winnebago coun- 
ty, Wisconsin. Children: Earnest, Gladys. 

382. FREDERICK GEORGE DICKERSON. (Deceased.) 

Died, September 10, 1922. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 4, 1868. 

Educated public schools, Appleton; Lawrence, 1887-1893. Degree B. S. 

1893-1901, manager of machine shop, Appleton; 1901, secretary and 
manager of the Chicago Solder company, Chicago. 

Resigned, 1909, and began for himself. His profession was 
that of an inventor. Author of several successful machines, specialty be- 
ing canning machinery. Several of his machines are recognized as stand- 
ards, one especially almost universally used in its line. Last invention is 
a machine that fills unsweetened milk into tin cans through a pin hole and 
then seals with solder. 

Member of the Masonic Order, director of the D. S. M. T. quartet. 
Trustee of Lawrence College. Member American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

Married, Miss Rena Marian Reed at Johnsonville, N. Y. February 27, 
1909. Children: Frederick Reed and Burritt Kent. 

383. GEORGE EVANS. 

Present address, Uplands, Indiana. 

Born, February 21, 1866, Youghal, Ireland. 

Educated, endowed school, Youghal; Wesley College, Dublin, Ireland; 
Lawrence, 1888-1893, omitting 1892. Degrees A. B. and A. M. 

Entered the ministry, Methodist Episcopal church, 1896, was in Wis- 
consin conference until October. Moved to Texas. Transferred to Austin 
conference. Johns Hopkin's University 1904-1906 and 1912-1913; Univer- 
sity of Chicago summer of 1911. Professor of Latin and Greek and dean 
of Clafflin University 1906-1912; President George R. Smith College 1913; 
president Rusk University, Holly Springs, Mississippi 1915-1920 and pro- 
fessor Taylor University. 

Member of Classical Association of the Middle West and South. 

Married, October 6, 1896, Rhoda Harlowe, of Milwaukee, native of 
Canterbury, England, died 1921. One son, George Harlowe. 

384. L.UCINA MARY (GFFFIN) IRISH. 

Present address, 821 Bartlett Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
• Born, January 10, 1869, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1888-1893. Degree A. B. 

Fall of 1893 went to Kinkiang, China. Taught in boys' seminary and 
girls' high school; 1904-1908, secretary of Wisconsin Conference W. F. M. 
S.; 1912-1914 associated editor and manager of the Civic Society of Chi- 
cago; 1914 president and manager of Chicago Health Club for Women; 
planned and organized the popular 12-vol. work called "The Woman Citi- 
zen's Library," published by the Civics Society of Chicago. Author of a 



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biographical book called "The Making of a Hero." Has done some story 
and verse writing. At present executive secretary Travelers' Aid Society. 
Married, June 24, 1893, to Ralph O. Irish, graduate of class of '93, 
Lawrence, deceased. Children: Joseph Elder, Mrs. Jane Pennoyer Wright, 
Dorcas Eddy, and Ralph Owen, Jr. 

385. FLORA (HUNTLEY) MASCHMEDT. (Deceased.) 

Died, April 7, 1918. 

Born, at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 15, 1868. 

Her father taught the first public school in Appleton. Her mother 
attended school under Susan B. Anthony. 

Educated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College. Graduated 
at Lawrence in 1893. Degree of B. L. 

Teacher of English in Eau Claire, Wisconsin; and in Seattle, Wash- 
ington. Author of short stories for Youth's Companion, Woman's Home 
Companion, Mother's Magazine, Munsey Company, and others. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa; president for many years of Seattle Writer's 
Club. 

Married, April 8, 1909, to Heinrich Maschmedt. One child, Herbert, 
born June 3, 1912. 

386. RALPH ORREN IRISH. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 10, 1921. 

Born, September 28, 1S03, Linden, Wisconsin. 

Educated high school, Madison, Wisconsin; University of Wisconsin; 
Lawrence, 1888-1893. Degree A. B., Lawrence 

1893-1896, pastor St. Paul's English church, Kinkiang, China; 1894- 
1897, manager Central China Publishing house, Kinkiang; 1896, principal 
Boys' Boarding school, Kinkiang; 1897-1899, pastor Methodist Episcopal 
church, Oakfield, Wisconsin; 1899, general district agent, Phoenix Mutual 
Life Insurance Company. Cashier C. & N. W. Ry. Co., Union Stock Yards, 
Chicago. 

Married, June 24, 1893, Lucinda Mary Giffrn. Children: See No. 384, 

387. NELLIE JEANETTE (JOYCE) JEFFERSON. 

Present address, Clintonville, Wisconsin 
Born, 1875, Ledgeville, Wisconsin. 

Educated public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1888-1893. Degree 
of Ph. B. 
Married. 

388. GERTRUDE OIOGENE (JEFFERSON) ELWOOD. 

Present address, 614 Thayer Street, Flint, Michigan. 

Born, November 30, 1869, Monroe Center, Wisconsin. 

Educated, public and private schools; Lawrence, 1888-1893. Degree 
B. L. 

1892-1893, teacher in graded schools at Ogden, Utah, and in various 
high schools in Wisconsin. 

Active in church and literary club work. 

Married, August 11, 1896, to DeWitt Elwood, class '95 at Lawrence. 
Children: Mildred. 



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389. LORIAN PAMELIA JEFFERSON. 

Present address, The Davenport, Amherst, Massachusetts. 

Born, October 14, 1871, Xecedah, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1889-1893. Degrees, B. L., M. A., University of 
Wisconsin, 1907. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin and Washington. Re- 
search secretary at Madison 1908; with Carnegie Institution of Washing- 
ton, 1908-1909; with Pi of. J. R. Commons 1909-1912; Massachusetts Agri- 
cultural College 1912 to date. Author of "Ira Seward and Eight Hour 
Day"; also articles on economic subjects; member of American History As- 
sociation; Association of Collegiate Alumnae. Spent a year traveling in 
the United States getting material for the Carnegie Institution. Assistant 
professor agricultural economics at Massachusetts Agricultural College. 

390. JESSE FORD NEWMAN. 

Present address, Wlihai Road, Shanghai, China. 

Born, Clemansville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1886-1903; Boston School of Theology. De- 
grees of A. B. and A. M., Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston. 

For 7 years missionary in Central China mission, during which time 
was evangelist for 3 years. President of Kinkiang institute, 2 years; dean 
of Fowler Biblical institute, Nanking University for 2 years; 1903-190-1, 
general agent, New York life Insurance Company, Central China; 1904 to 
1910, manager of Standard Oil Company, Chinkiang. 

Married, June 24, 1893, Lucy E. Wheeler, native of Peking, China. 
Children: Agnes Maude, Claire Frances, Wheeler Ford, Reginald. 

391. HERBERT COOPER SANFORD. 

Present address, 916 South 9th Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. 

Born, October 22, 1871, Heart Prairie, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence, 1888-1893. Degrees, B. L. from Lawrence; LL. 
B., Columbia University. 

Member of bar, of Washington, D. C, and of state of Tennessee. 
Immediately after graduation went into law and real estate office with 
Honorable Theodore Otjen, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1895 went with 
Congressman Otjen to Washington as private secretary; also in 1897, did 
some work as secretary for Congressman James Davidson, of Oshkosh, 
Wisconsin. Practitioner of law at Knoxville, Tennessee, since fall of 
1897. Member of Knoxville Board of Commerce of which he has been 
director. Traveled in Cuba and other tropical countries. Has charge of 
a men's Bible class with a membership of more than a thousand. 

Married, Martha A. Haines, of Washington, D. C, a native of Ohio. 
Children: Eliabeth Haines, Frances Marie, Benjamin and Martha. 

392. BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON SOPER, JR. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 5, 1899. 

Born, April 7, 1870, at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota; and Lawrence 
University. 

Interested with his father in the furniture business at Oshkosh at 
one time; also editor of Wisconsin Christian Endeavor paper. 



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XXXVIII. CLASS OF 1894. 

393. NELLIE (BASSETT) ABRAHAM. 

Present address, 1065 Front street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 7, 1874, at Berlin, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Berlin high school; Lawrence, 1891-1894. Degree of B. S. 

Member of the Wednesday Club, of Appleton, and patroness Alpha 
Gamma Phi. 1894-1899, taught at the Berlin high school. 

Married, September 7, 1899, to H. W. Abraham, deceased. One 
daughter, Margaret. 

394. WALTER EUGENE GARREY. 

Present address, Tulane University, P. O. Box 20, New Orleans, La 

Born, April 7, 1873, Reedsville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1889-1894; University of Chicago, 1894-1896; 
University of Berlin, Germany, 1898; University of Chicago, 1898-1900; 
Rush Medical College, 1904. Degrees: B. S., Lawrence; Ph. D., Univer- 
versity of Chicago; M. D. Rush Medical College. 

University Extension instructor in zoology at University of Chicago; 
fellow and assistant in physiology, University of Chicago; professor of 
physiology and pharmacology Cooper's Medical College, San Francisco; 
associate professor of physiology in Washington University Medical School; 
instructor of general physiology, professor of physiology, Tulane Univer- 
sity; Marine biol. laboratory, Woodshole, Mass.; author of numerous arti- 
cles and scientific journals. Member of American Medical Society, Ameri- 
can Physiological Society, American Society of Biological chemists, Ameri- 
can Physiological Society, Fellow American Society for the Advancement 
of Science, Trustee Marine Biological Laboratory, Sigma Chi and Phi 
Beta Kappa. Studied and traveled extensively in Europe. 

Married, December 31, 1901, at San Francisco, to Charlotte Eaton. 
Children: Walter Eaton, born May 2, 1907. 

395. INEZ ELLEN GURNEE. 

Present address, 819 Sampson Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Stephensville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University, 1890-1894; Sanford University, 
1898-1900. Degree of Ph. B. from Lawrence, and A. B. from Leland 
Stanford, Jr., University. 

Since graduation has tauglit in various high schools in Wisconsin 
and Montana. General secretary of Appleton Girls' Club 1920-1922, cor- 
responding secretary Appleton Woman's Club 1920-1922. 

Traveled in the United States and Europe. 

396. AGNES GERTRUDE (JOHNSON) WHITE. 

Present address, 910 Michigan Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born, July 14, 1874, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Father, W. H. Johnson, General Superintendent of Oliver Iron Min- 
ing Co., been mayor of Ishpeming two terms. 

Educated in public schools, Michigan; Lawrence, 1889-1894. Degree 
of B. S. 

1894-1897, taught school in Ishpeming, Michigan. 

Married, at Ishpeming, Michigan, November 17, 1897, to Seldon F. 
White, of Chicago, Illinois. Children: Martha Johnston and Wilhelmina. 



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397. ALICE ROSS McCHESNEV. 

Present address, 760 Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1890-1894. Degree of B. S. 

Has taught in high school in Wisconsin most of the time since gradu- 
ation. 

398. JOHN CRAWFORD McCLAlN. 

Present address, Oakfield, R. F. D. 27, Box 4, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 22, 1859, at Port Clinton, Pennsylvania. 

Educated at Mayville high school. Spent six years at Lawrence and 
graduated in 1894. Degree of M. S. 

Member of Wisconsin Conference of M. E. church. On account of 
poor health has had to give up preaching. At present farming. 

Married, November 20, 1895, Minnie Nancarrow, of Florence, Wis- 
consin. 

399. BURNETTE HARDACKER MILLS. (Deceased.) 

Died, August 15, 1895, in Greenville, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 4, 1869, Greenville, Wisconsin. 

Educated, district schools; Lawrence in 1891-1894. Degree of A. B. 

While in college a member of Philalathean society and vigorous ad- 
vocator of the "single tax." His health failed during his last year in 
college. He went to Denver in April, 1895, but remained only a very 
short time when he returned home and died three weeks later. 

400. SULLIVAN CLARETTE ROBINSON. 

Present address, Burt, Michigan, R. F. D. 

Born, at Markesan, Green Lake county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Oshkosh normal; Lawrence, 1889-1894. Degree of B. S. 

Entered the Wisconsin conference the fall of 1894; September, 1898, 
moved to Michigan and by transfer became pastor hi Methodist Episcopal 
church at Clare, Michigan. Remained there until September, 1900, then 
became pastor at St. Louis, Michigan. Remained there for five years. Has 
received recognition as a thorough investigator in practical psychology. 

Married, December 28, 1897, Nora E. Paton, of Almont, Michigan. 
Children: Edith, Margaret, Christine Ethel, and H. Lummis. 

401. KATE (TREVER) RONEY. 

Present address, Medina, Washington. 
Born, Newcastle, England. 

Educated, high school, Waupun; Lawrence, 1890-1894. Degree B. S. 
Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. 

Married, July 23, 1898, to E. A. Roney, of Waupun, class of '91. One 
child, a son. See No. 361. 

402. LOUISE CROSBY UNDERWOOD. 

Present address, 507 Warren Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1872, at Glens Falls, New York. 

Educated at Chicago Kindergarten college for one year; also a grad- 
uate of the Chicago normal school. Lawrence, 1888-1894. 

Taught in "University School for Girls" in Chicago, and in the 
Chicago Latin School. Traveled in Spain, Italy, England and northern 
Europe for 16 months. Studied book binding in the bindery of Douglas 
Cockerell, in London. Book binder at Wausau, Wisconsin. Has given an 
exhibition of bindings at Art Institute, Chicago. 



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XXXIX. CLASS OF 1895. 

403. SAMUEL, HOBART ANDERSON. 

Present address, 699 Stowell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 25, 1864, at Belleville, Canada. 

Educated four years at Victoria College; Toronto University in arts 
and theology; came to Wisconsin in 1891, transferred standings to Law- 
rence, and graduated from Lawrence in the ancient classical course, with 
the class of '95. Degrees of A. B., A. M. and D. D. 

Engaged in the Christian ministry in various appointments in Wis- 
consin Conference. 

Married, in 1891, Henrietta Augusta Ostrom, of Belleville, Canada. 
Children: Douglas Ostrom, Anna Mildred, Alice Deborah, and Frances 
Dorothy. 

404. FRED E. BAUCHOP. 

Present address, 120 W. Minnesota Street, Salina, Kansas. 

Born, February 22, 1873, at Rochester, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the public schools; Rochester Seminary; Hillsdale Col- 
lege, and Lawrence 1892-1895. Degrees of B. S. and A. M. 

Joined the Wisconsin Conference in 1895; transferred to the West 
Wisconsin Conference where he has occupied leading churches; district 
superintendent, Platteville district. 

Married, May 9, 1900, Emily E. Moe, Waterford, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Eunice Amelia, Burritt Moe and Emily Josephine. 

405. ANDREW ARTHUR BENNETT. 

Present address, 421 Oak Street, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 16, 1869, at New York city. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1889-1895. Student at the Garrett Biblical In- 
stitute, 1896-1898. Degree of B. L. from Lawrence. 

In ministry in the Wisconsin Conference in 1895, and held various 
appointments since that time. Secretary of the Wisconsin Annual Con- 
ference 1913 to present time. Interested in Boy Scout movement. 

Married, October 2, 1901, Maebelle Claire Durand, of Fond du Lac, 
Wisconsin. Children: Arthur Lawrence, Roseanna Maebelle and William 
Franklin. 

406. FRANCES AUICE (DARLING) HATLESTAD. (Deceased.) 

Born, July 11, 1871, at Brookfield, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1891-1895. Degree of B. S. 

1895-1897, taught at Wausau; 1898, New Richmond; 1899, Jennings 
Seminary; 1899-1900, Brookfield. 

Married, October 18, 1900, to Rev. Anton Hatlestad. Three children: 
Edward Peter, Lawrence and Frances. 

407. DeWITT ELWOOD. 

Present address, 614 Thayer Street, Flint, Michigan. 

Born, June 1, 1868, at Princeton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1888-1895, omitting 1893; post graduate work 
in University of Wisconsin. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

Engaged in teaching in various high schools in Wisconsin and Illinois. 

Held various offices in teachers' associations. Member of several edu- 
cational associations. At present with Guaranty Title and Mortgage Co. 
of Flint, Michigan. 

Married, August 11, 1896, Gertrude I. Jefferson, of '93. Two daugh- 
ters, Marjorie and Mildred. 



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408. LUCY BELLE (FLETCHER) HEWITT. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Born, September 30, 1874, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 
Educated Hamlin University; Lawrence 1891-1895. 

Married, September 2, 1896, to George P. Hewitt, class of '96. Chil- 
dren: Walter F. and Lucy E. 

409. EFFIE MAY (GERRY) WOOD. 

Present address, 660 Washington Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 6, 1870, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools: Farry Hall Seminary; Lawrence 1887- 
1895. Degree of B. L. from Ferry Hall, B. S. from Lawrence. Received 
second honors in graduating class at Ferry Hall. 

Married, September 9, 1896, to James A. Wood. Children: George 
Gerry, Edith Katherine and Winifred Jean and Henry. 

410. ALBERT STRATTOX GILBERT. 

Present address, New Richmond, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 11, 1865, at Palmyra, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools; Lawrence 1890-1895; Boston University; 
studied at Columbia University; Union Theological Seminary, New York 
city. Degrees of A. B. from Lawrence and S. T. B. from Boston Univer- 
sity. 

Transferred to West Wisconsin conference, 1903; was pastor in vari- 
ous cities. 

Married, August 12, 1896, Harriet F. Watrous, class of '95, who 
died in East Milton, Massachusetts, October 27, 1897. Married, Mary A. 
Ball, November 20, 1900. Children: Manley James, deceased 1910; Har- 
riet, Grace Margery and Albert Stratton. 

411. ALFRED RAYMOND JOHNS. 

Present address, 93 W. Webster Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan. 

Born, November 14, 1865, at Houghton, Michigan. 

Educated three years Albion College, with degree of A. B.; Lawrence, 
graduating with degree of A. B. D. D. at Albion College in 1911. 

Occupied as minister of the Methodist Episcopal church since 1894, 
occupying various churches; secretary of the Detroit conference 1902- 
1909; delegate to General Conference of the Methodist church 1908-1912. 
Author of Socialism, its Strength, Weakness and Future. 

Traveled through Europe in 1910. 

Married, June 26, 1895, Myrtle Drummond Moors, Greenville, Michi- 
gan, who graduated from Albion College in 1893. Children: Margaret 
Mane, Dorothy, Delight, and Katharine Louise. 

412. EARL WALLACE McCRARY. 

Present address, 102 Poplar Street. 

Born, July 29, 1870, town of Dayton, Waupaca county, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence 1889-1895. Degree of B. S. 

Occupied as high school principal in various cities in Wisconsin. 
JNow principal Lincoln County Training School for Teachers 

Married, August 29, 1895, Christena Koehnke, of Appleton. Chil- 
dren: Lloyd Jennings, Yerna Mildred, and Ward Randolph. 



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413. WILLARD JAY MERRILL. (Deceased.) 

Died, May 25, 1899. 

Born, November 29, 1874, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence University. 
Enlisted for the Spanish war, and was killed by a sharpshooter at 
Calloocan church, near Manila. 

414. SAMUEL C. OLSON. 

Present address, 3315 E. 60th Street, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, December 10, 1868, Aalborg, Denmark. 

Educated, Lawrence 1891-1895. Degree of B. S. 

For three years after graduation principal of schools, Hingham, Wis- 
consin. In spring of 1898, while taking Lawrence University corre- 
spondence post-graduate course for M. S. degree besides regular school 
work, was obliged to discontinue teaching on account of mental break- 
down. For four years was on a ranch in the west. In 1907 engaged in 
building construction; foreman of construction at the A. Y. P. Exposition; 
had charge of the erection of the ornamental staff-work on the U. S. 
Government buildings. With Seattle schools since 1910. Secretary North- 
east Improvement Club. Contributor to educational journals. 

Married, December 28, 1899, Mary Hanson, native of Neenah. Chil- 
dren: Helen Frances, Earl Stanley and Alice Joy. 

415. NED RONEY. 

Present address, 715 Lowman Building, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, February 17, 1875, at Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Educated, public and high schools, Waupun; Lawrence 1891-1895; also 
post graduate at Lawrence, 1896-1897. Degrees of B. S. and M. S. 

Admitted to the bar in Wisconsin in 1898; state of Washington, 1904. 

1896-1897, principal of West ward school, Waupun, Wisconsin; 1897- 
1898, law student; 1898-1899, member of the law firm of Doney & Roney; 
1899-1903, practiced alone; 1904 to 1918, practicing law as senior member 
of the firm of Roney & Loveless. Praticing alone at present. 

416. REINHARDT THIESSEN. 

Present address, 4800 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Born, May 1, 1867, at New Holstein, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1887-1895; Chicago, 1901-1903. Degrees of Ph. 
B., Lawrence; S. B. and Ph. D., University ' of Chicago. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin; 1889-1901, teacher of 
sciences; teacher of biology, Des Moines College, Des Moines, Iowa; 1907- 
1910 United States Geological Survey; 1910 to present time, U. S. Bureau 
of Mines; transferred from Washington to Pittsburgh in 1912 with the 
title "Microscopist and Assistant Chemist." Engaged in research on 
coal, its origin and composition. Published various papers on composition 
and Transformation of coal. Has added considerable to the knowledge of 
the origin and composition of coal and the formation of peat, has put a 
better and clearer interpretation on the coal forming processes and has 
disproved the "Algal Theory" of coals. 

Member of Sigma Xi; American Association for the Advancement 
of Science; Botanical Society of America; Fellow of the American Society 
for the Advancement of Science; Fellow of the Botanical Society of 
America. 

Favorite recreation is photography. 

Married, September 7, 1903, Clara A. Lindeman, Kiel, Wisconsin. 
Children: Gilbert A., Lyndwood and Reinhardt. 



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417. MARY STANTON (UNDERWOOD) WILLIAMS. 

Present address, Eagle Street, Tenafly New Jersey. 

Born, in 1876, at Glens Falls, New York. 

Educated at Lawrence 1890-1895. Attended Art Institute at Chicago 
and the New York School of Art. 

Exhibitor in the Society of American Artists, Society of Artists and 
Art Students' League of Chicago. Traveled a year in Spain, in Italy and 
northern Europe. Copied in the Prado, Madrid; and in the Louvre. 

Married, October 9. 1907, to Lawrence Williams, art editor of the 
American Book Co. Children: Jane Lawrence, Peter Wentworth. 

418. WILLIAM WATKIN WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 1403 Rodney Avenue, Portland, Oregon. 

Born, July 25, 1867, at Ottawa, Wisconsin. 

Educated in country school; preparatory and college at Lawrence, 
1887-1888, 1890-1891, 1893-1895; University of Wisconsin, 1899-1900. Re- 
ceived the degrees of B. S., Lawrence University; M. S., Wisconsin. 
University. 

Principal of various high schools in Wisconsin, 1895-1896; president 
of the University Business College, Madison, Wisconsin. 1901-1902, direc- 
tor School of Commerce, Lawrence University, 1902-1905. Principal of 
high schools at Portland, Oregon. Has written a system of shorthand and 
a text on bookkeeping. 

Married, September 17, 1897, Jennie Tufts. Children: Arthur, Ever- 
ett H., Lawrence W., and Virginia. 



XL. CLASS OF 1896. 



419. HARRIET F. (WATROUS) GILBERT. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 27, 1896, East Milton, Massachusetts. 

Born, May 23, 1865, Mishawauka, Indiana. 

Educated, schools, Chilton; Lawrence 1892-1895. Degree of B. L. 

1893-1896, first assistant principal Chilton high school. 

Married, August 12, 1896, to Rev. A. S. Gilbert, of '95. 

430. ADA FLAYIA (ABBOTT) COLYIN. 

Present address, Binford, North Dakota. 

Born, December 29, 1873, at Beloit, Kansas. 

Educated at the University of Denver, and Lawrence University. 
Degree of A. B. from Lawrence. 

From graduation to marriage, occupied in teaching in various high 
schools, and at Baptist College in Nebraska. 

Married, June 11, 1904, to William E. Colvin, formerly professor of 
mathematics at Grand Island College, now engaged in farming in north- 
eastern Dakota. Children: George, Arthur, Priscilla, Jacinth, Dorothea, 
the two boys adopted and three girls of their own. 



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421. IRA MADISON ALLEN. 

Present address, 1718 South 4th Street, Springfield, Illinois. 

Born, May 31, 1873, at Grundy Center, Iowa. 

Educated Lawrence 1891-1896, omitting 1892; Harvard law school, 
1899-1902. Degree of A. B. from Lawrence, and LL. B. from Harvard. 

Teacher in various high schools in Wisconsin. 

Secretary Department of Secondary Education, N. E. A. 1912-1913. 
Vice President 1913-1914. Elected member Phi Beta Kappa, Lawrence 
chapter, 1914. 

Favorite recreation fishing. 

Married, August 9, 1904, Margaret Trader, at Lincoln, Illinois. Chil- 
dren: Margaret Jeanette and Mary Ellinor. 

422. EDWARD ELMER ANDRUS. 

Present address, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 9, 1866, at Hixton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University. Degree of B. S. 

Joined West Wisconsin conference fall after graduation and served 
in various pastorates; later entered the ministry of the Congregational 
church. Now in Presbyterian ministry. Member Masonic Order. 

Married, October 29, 1896, Jennie Armenta Massee, native of Dela- 
ware county, Iowa. Children: Abner Merton, Hope Elsie, Gladis Ar- 
menta and Lillian. 

423. ROBERT ALVIN AUGUSTINE. 

Present address, Metropolitan Opera Building, Broadway, New 1 York 
city. 

424. GRACE (BARRETT) MARSTON. 

Present address, 650 Park Avenue, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Grand Haven, Michigan. 

Educated at the public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1888-1896, 
omitting one year. Degree of A. B. 

Teacher in Sheboygan city schools, 1896-1899; first ward school, Ap- 
pleton, 1899-1902. 

Married, June 5, 1903, to Charles Leland Marston, of Appleton. 

425. JOHN HERBERT FARLEY. 

Present address, 474 Alton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1875, Ontario, Canada. 

Educated at Lawrence 1892-1896; two years post graduate course in 
philosophy, Harvard University; 1897, graduate student at Lawrence; 
1902-1903, University of Wisconsin. Degrees of Ph. B. and A. M. from 
Lawrence. A scholar at Harvard. Spent 1920-1921 in study at Univer- 
sity of Bristol, England. 

Member of American Psychological Association, West Central and 
Wisconsin Academy of Arts and Sciences. Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

1900, instructor in sciences in Neenah high school, Neenah, Wiscon- 
sin; 1901 to present time, professor of psychology and philosophy at Law- 
rence University. 

Married, June 21, 1905, Mamie E. Tuttle, Richland Center, Wiscon- 
sin. 



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426. GUNLUF GITHORMSEN. 

Present address, 534 E. 89th Street, New York city. 

Born, December 1, 1875, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Educated Neenah public schools; Lawrence University. Degree Ph. B. 

1896-1901, teacher in various high schools in the state. 

Married, December 15, 1906, at New York city to Sarah Jacobus. 

Did graduate work in history in University of Wisconsin. Since 
1904 has been in the fire insurance business in New York city. 

Member of Des Peres Lodge No. 58, F. A. M.; of the Altair Chapter 
No. 237, R. A. M. ; and Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. 

427. GEORGE PHINNEY HEWETT. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 21, 1874, Omro, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence 1890-1896. Post graduate at Harvard. Degree 
A. B. from Lawrence. 

1896-1902, editor and publisher Evening Record and Telegraph Cour- 
ier, Kenosha, Wisconsin. 1902, removed to Appleton and became vice- 
president of the S. C. Shannon Co., wholesale grocers. Later entered the 
automobile business. Is now sales manager of the Four Wheel Drive 
Auto Co., at Clintonville. 

Married, September, 189fi, Lucy Bell Fletcher, native of Chippewa 
Falls, Wisconsin. Children: Walter Fletcher and Lucy Elinor. 

428. EDWARD JAMES. 

Present address, Nanking, China. 

Born, April 18, 1867, Cornwall, England. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1889, 1891-1896. Degree of A. B. 

1896, missionary in one of the most difficult stations in central China. 
Later he took charge of the work in Kiangsi province. Returned to the 
United States and was for some years superintendent in Chinese Missions 
of the Methodist Episcopal church on the Pacific Coast; also teacher of 
Chinese in the University of California. Returned to China for Mission- 
ary labor in 1915. District superintendent, Nanking, China. 

Married, July 22, 1896, Elizabeth Le Doux, a classmate, now de- 
ceased. Married, 1915, Mabel McCracken, of Greenville, Pa. Children: 
Helen Blanch, Rachel Elizabeth. 

429. WILLIAM MORLEY JOLLIFFE. 

Present address, 3744 N. 31st Street, Tacoma, Washington. 

Born, April 19, 1876, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Educated at Lawrence 1892-1894 Ripon College 1894-1895; Lawrence, 
1895-1896; University of Wisconsin, 1896-1899. Degree of B. S. from 
Lawrence; Ph. D., University of Wisconsin. 

Began teaching at Ishpeming, Michigan. September, 1900. Was 
superintendent of schools at Michigamme and Escanaba, Michigan, also 
several places in Idaho. At present head of science department, Stadium 
high school, Tacoma, Washington. 

Married, August 14, 1900, Edna M. Parks, Crystal Falls, Michigan. 
Children: Helen and Margaret, twins; John. 

430. WILLIAM HENRY KREISS. 

Present address, 724 Maria Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, November 10, 1872, at Appleton. 

Educated in common and high schools, Appleton; Lawrence, 1891- 
1896; law department State University, 1896-1899. Degrees: B. S. and 



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Bachelor of Music, Lawrence; B. L., law department, State University. 

For two years after graduation from State University practiced law 
at Appleton. Employed in office of county judge as register in probate 
of Outagamie county. Since 1900 circuit court reporter. Member Board 
of Education, Appleton since 1907. Member Masonic and K. P. lodges. 

Married, June 27, 1900, Bessie Grant Brewster, of Appleton. Chil- 
dren: James H. B., William Robert, Mary and Evelyn. 

431. MARY ELIZABETH (LE DOUX) JAMES. (Deceased.) 

Died, August 1, 1913. 

Born, November 28, 1865, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Educated Ft. Atkinson high school, Lawrence 1891-1896. Degree Ph. B. 

Was missionary in China for many years. 

Married, July 22, 1896, to Edward James. Children: See No. 428. 

432. MARY LEIGH McCHESNEY. 

Present address, 760 Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born, South Haven, Michigan. 

Educated at Lawrence 1891-1896. Degree of B. L. 

Teacher in Sheboygan and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and stenographer 
for the Northern Life Insurance, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

433. OLLA MAHULDA PERRY. 

Present address, 415 South Commercial Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 18, 1873, at Koro, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the Neenah public school; Lawrence 1891-1896. Degree 
of B. L. Taught in Wisconsin for some years, then took up the work of 
stenography; was for some time with the Anti-Saloon League of Milwaukee 
in this capacity, and is now with the Menasha Printing and Carton Co. 

434. KATHERINE MARY (REEVE) WALKER. 

Present address, 408 Maple Street, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Father, Dr. J. S. Reeve, prominent physician. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence, 1892-1893; Boston 
University, 1893; Smith College, 1894-1895; graduated from Lawrence in 
1896. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Kindergartener in Appleton, 1898-1901; teacher of music in Appleton 
public schools. Studied music in Chicago and other places for several 
years. 

Married, Tanuary 22, 1914, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Norman de 
Walker. 

435. HENRY PERCY THAYER. (Deceased.) 

Died, October, 1896, at North Easton, Massachusetts. 
Born, July 30, 1875, North Easton, Massachusetts. 

Educated, high school, North Easton; Lawrence, 1890-1895. Degree 
of B. S. 



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43ii. ALBERT AUGUSTUS TREVER. 

Present address, 466 Alton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 31, 1874, at Brant, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1892-1896; Boston University school of theolo- 
gy 1897-1900. Jacob Sleeper fellow from Boston University to Halle and 
Berlin Universities 1902-1903; University of Chicago 1911-1912 and several 
summers; Ph. B. and A. B. Lawrence College 1896; S. T. B. Boston Uni- 
versity school of theology 1900; A. M. University of Chicago 1910; Ph. D. 
University of Chicago 1913. 

Instructor in English Bible and Hebrew De Pauw University at Green- 
castle, Indiana, 1900-1902; pastor Wisconsin Conference 1902-1905; pro- 
fessor of Greek language and literature 1905 to 1916. Professor ancient 
and European history to present time. Author of a "History of Greek 
Economic Thought" in process of publication. Occasional contributor to 
magazines. Taught in University of Chicago for two summer quarters. 
Member Phi Beta Kappa; Member Theta Phi fraternity; member of Wis- 
consin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters; American Historical Asso- 
ciation; Philosophical Club, Appleton. 

Married, September 11, 1901, Elizabeth E. French, of De Soto, Wis- 
consin. Children: Karl Le Clerc, Helen Frances and Ruth French. 

437. EUNICE MEDLEY (TREVER) DOUG AN. 

Present address, Beloit, Wisconsin, R. F. D. 30, Box 486. 

Born, December 6, 1869, at Newcastle, England. 

Educated Lawrence, 1891-1896. Degree of B. S. 

1896-1898, taught school at Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Since that time 
wife of Methodist minister until 1906, when her husband retired from the 
ministry on account of losing his hearing. With her husband conducts a 
sanitary dairy farm and sanitary milk for babies. 

Member of Association of Collegiate Alumnae. 

Married, October 19, 1898, to Rev. Wesson J. Dougan, a native of 
Dodge county, Wisconsin. Children: Arthur Ronald, Trevor Cranston and 
Esther Arlene. 

43S. LAURA MAUD WHEELER. 

Present address, 152 Tahn Road, Tien Tsin, China. 

Born, 1874, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Father for twelve years missionary in China. 

Educated, Lawrence 1891-1896; Chicago Training School, 1899-1900; 
Dr. White's Bible School, New York, 1903. Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

1897-1898, teacher at Two Rivers, Wisconsin; 1901-1902, home mission- 
ary, Camden, South Carolina; 1903, foreign missionary, Peking, China. 
Tien Tsin 1910 to present time. 

She says: "I have had the privilege of trying to help China's young 
women during the most wonderful time in her history when the young 
women as well as men are becoming adjusted to the life of a Republic 
and preparing to take their part in the New China." 

Traveled in Korea, Japan, Hawaiian Islands. 

439. JAMES ALBERT WOOD. 

Present address, 660 Washington Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 30, 1869, at Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the Eau Claire high school; Lawrence, 1891-1896. Degree 
of B. S. 

For several years trustee and treasurer of Lawrence College. 

In the creamery business, ooerating a line of creameries since 1897; 
in the hardware business for one year previous to 1897. Member Apple- 
ton city council, bank director; member Elks and other lodges and clubs. 

Married, September 9, 1896, Erne May Gerry, of Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: See No. 409. 



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XLI. CLASS OF 1897. 

440. ANNA GERTRUDE (ARMITAGE) BABCOCK. 

Present address, 607 Fifth Street, Devils Lake, North Dakota. 

Born, November 26, 1872, at Neosho, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1893-1897. Degree of B. S. 

Taught school at Shawano, 1897-1898; first assistant, Cumberland high 
school, 1898-1900. Member W. C. T. U.; Civic Club and W. R. C. 

Married, October 18, 1900, to Rev. Benjamin Babcock, of Fall River, 
Wisconsin. See No. 441. Children: James Armitage, Benjamin Lawrence. 

441. BENJAMIN BABCOCK. 

Present address, 607 Fifth Street, Devils Lake, North Dakota. 

Born, November 16, 1872, at Fall River, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the common school, Fall River; Lawrence, 1892-1897; 
Boston University, 1897'1899. Degrees of A. B. from Lawrence, and S. 
T. B. at Boston University. 

In the ministry Methodist Episcopal church at various places in Wis- 
consin and North Dakota. 

Married, October 18, 1900, Anna G. Armitage, of Oakfield, Wiscon- 
sin. See No. 440. 

442. ARCHEY DECATUR BALL. 

Present address, 91 Prospect Street, Ridgewood, New Jersey. 

Born, March 16, 1872, at Newton, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence, 1892-1897; Boston University of Theology, 1897- 
1900; post graduate department, Boston University, 1900-1901. Degrees 
A. B. and D. D., Lawrence; A. .B. and S. T. B., Boston University. 

Occupied prominent pulpits, among them Poughkeepsie and St. James 
Methodist church, New York, Maiden, Mass., and Ridgewood, N. J. 

Published "A Great Friendship." Chairman Board of Examiners in 
New York Conference; member of New York Preachers Meeting; member 
of the Harlan Board of Commerce; member of the Monday Club; Phi Beta 
Kappa; F. & A. M.; I. O. O. F. 

Favorite recreation is golf. Traveled in Europe, Asia and Africa. 

Married, June 30, 1903, Miss Laura Elizabeth Crump, of Lake Mills, 
Wisconsin. Children: Theodore Hadden, Dorothy Elizabeth and Robert 
Meyers. 

443. GEORGE BENJAMIN BALDWIN. 

Present address, 394 Cherry Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 24, 1876, at Chilton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the public schools, Appleton, and Lawrence from fall, 
1890, where received the degree of A. B.; Northwestern University law 
school, LL B. 

Engaged in real estate at Appleton, Wisconsin. President Baldwin cor- 
poration. 

Member of University Club of Chicago, and Riverview Country Club 
and Elks. Trustee of Lawrence College. Member of Tau Kappa Alpha 
and Theta Phi fraternities. Member University Club of Chicago and 
Athletic Club, Minneapolis. 



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444. EDNA (BEVERIDGE) ROBERTS. 

Present address, 915 Jefferson Avenue, Pulaski, Virginia. 

Born, February 10, 1877, at Appleton. 

Educated at the public schools and at Lawrence, and graduated at 
Lawrence 1897. Post graduate in languages. Special work in languages at 
the University of Tennessee, 1900. Degree of Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Active in church, Red Cross, and Civic League. 

Married, June 27, 1906, to Harry H. Roberts of Salem, Virginia. One 
daughter, Mary E. 

44o. CORA (CROWE) NAYLOR. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Almond, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1893-1897. Degree of B. S. 

Taught science and literature in the New Richmond high school in 
1897; mathematics at Wausau, 1897-1900; registrar and instructor in 
science, Lawrence University, 1900-1901. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa. President Milwaukee District W. F. M. S. 
for twelve years. Chairman Religious Education Department, Milwaukee 
Y. M. C. A. 

Married, June 25, to Ancil J. Rich, of Horicon, Wisconsin, deceased. 
One son, Ancil J. Jr. Married, March 21, 1921, to Dean Wilson S. Nay- 
lor of Lawrence College. 

44G. LAURA ELIZABETH (CRUMP) BALL. 

Present address, 91 Prospect Street, Ridgewood, New Jersey. 
Born at Lake Mills, Wisconsin, 1875. Studied at Lawrence 1892- 
1897; degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 
Taught in high schools 1898-1903. 
Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 
Married to Rev. Archey Ball, June 30, 1903. Children: See No. 44'2 

447. CORA AMELIA HATCH. 

Present address, 705 Second Avenue, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Milwaukee normal, and Lawrence. 

1898-1899, teacher, Shawano schools; 1901-1904, teacher, Lake Geneva; 
1894, teacher, Lake Forest, Illinois. 

448. ANTON HATLESTAD. 

Present address, Markesan, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 3, 1868, at Stavanger, Norway. 

Educated in district school, Waterford, Wisconsin; Lawrence, 1887- 
1889 and 1892-1897; Boston University School of Theology, 1897-1900. 
Degrees: A. B., Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston University. 

Entered the Wisconsin Conference of the Methodist church 1900; been 
stationed in various cities. 

Married, 1900, Frances Darling, of Oakfield, Wisconsin, class of 1905, 
now deceased. Children: Lawrence, Frances and Edward. 



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440. ALLEN HAINES JAMES. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 23, 1903. 

Born, July 6, 1876, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Educated, St. John's Military Academy, Delafield, Wisconsin; Law- 
rence 1891-1897. 

1897-1898, in lumber business; afterwards at Phoenix, Arizona, and 
Los Angeles, California, until death. 

Unmarried. 

450. FLORENCE BEATRICE (JIOTT) BRADFORD. 

Present address, 12 Argyle Avenue, Highland Park, New Rochelle, 
New York. 

Born at Winchester, Wisconsin. 

Educated in Neenah high school; Lawrence, 1893-1897; University of 
Wisconsin, 1900-1903. Degrees of A. B., Lawrence, and A. M. at Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. Scholarship and fellowship in European history in the 
University of Wisconsin. 

Taught in high schools in Wisconsin; later professor of history at 
Montana State Normal College 1903-1906. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa. Traveled quite extensively in United 
States. Active in Red Cross, Parents Teachers Association. 

Married, at Neenah, Wisconsin to Ernest Smith Bradford. Dr. Brad- 
ford is economist and statistician. Children: Alice Elinor, Anna Louise, 
George Arms (adopted). 

451. MARY ESTHER (NYE) GIROD. 

Present address unknown. 

Born at Freedom, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1893-1897. Degree Ph. B. 

Taught in high schools; later studied for a nurse in Chicago. Acted 
as trained nurse until married to Mr. Girod. Since his decease she has 
taken up the work of nursing. 

452. CLARA MILEMON (STANSBURY) YOUNG. 

Present address, 737 Kimball, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 27, 1877, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence 1891-1897. Ph. B. from Lawrence. Did gradu- 
ate work at the University of Wisconsin, 1900-1901. 

Teacher in English literature and English in Appleton high school, 

Member of Iota chapter of Alpha Phi; Gamma chapter Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married: June 17, 1913, to Frank P. Young, Appleton. Children: 
Frank P. Young. 



XLII. CLASS OF 1898. 

453. MYRTLE ANN BALL. 

Present address, 135 Sutherland Road, Brookline, Massachusetts. 

Educated in the schools of Portage, Wisconsin; Lawrence, 1892-1898. 
Degrees of A. B. and A. M. 

1901-1902, assistant in Latin, Lawrence University; 1902-1903, instruc- 
tor of Latin, public schools, Stevens Point; 1903 to present, instructor of 
Latin and classical history, New Mexico Normal University, Las Vegas, 
New Mexico. 

Teaching in private schools in Boston for the past few years. Mem- 
ber of Collegiate Alumnae Association. 



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454. OTTO LAWRENCE DREYS. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 2, 1920. 

Born, December 20, 1869, Walworth county, Wisconsin. 

Entered Lawrence 1893; graduated 1898; degree A. B. 

Joined Detroit conference of the Methodist Episcopal church in 1898. 
Later retired from the ministry and took up the position of teaching. Has 
been superintendent of schools at Freeport, Michigan, and is now super- 
intendent at Baldwin, Michigan, where he is developing a fruit and poul- 
try farm. Has published various articles in periodicals and some poems. 

455. JOSEPHINE ANNA (GOWAN) LUNN. 

Present address, 5211 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 

Educated in New England and California public schools; University 
of Southern California; Lawrence, 1894-1898. Degree Ph. B. from Law- 
rence. 

1898-1899, teacher in Rosendale, Wisconsin; 1899-1900, teacher in La 
Verne, California. 

Married, September 27, 1900, to Arthur C. Lunn, Racine, Wisconsin. 
Two sons: Edward Gowan and Richard Francis. 

456. WILLIAM HECKER. 

Present address, 1021 Prairie Avenue, Beloit, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 17, 1873, Cambria, Wisconsin. 

Educated in country schools; Lawrence, 1891-1898, with the exception 
of one term; Northwestern Medical School, Chicago. Degrees: A. B. 
from Lawrence; M. D. from Northwestern Medical School. 

Member of Illinois Medical Society. Practitioner of medicine and 
surgery at Watseka until he moved to Beloit, Wisconsin. 

Member of Masonic Lodge and Elks Club. 

Married, November 5, 1902, Jessie E. Leatherman, Watseka, Illinois, 
deceased. Married at Chicago, June 28, 1913, to Pearl Mclntyre. 

457. HUGH JOHN HUGHES. 

Present address, 1573 Osceola Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born, 1872, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated common schools; Lawrence, 1891-1898. North Dakota Agri- 
cultural College 1909; degrees, B. S. from Lawrence; B. S. A. from North 
Dakota Agricultural College. 

Taught in the public and high schools of Wisconsin and North Da- 
kota until 1901; taught in North Dakota 1902-1907; Extension Department 
of the Agricultural College, North Dakota, 1907-1910. 

Editor "Farm, Stock and Home," Minneapolis. At present Director 
of Markets of State of Minnesota. Has published many poems, stories 
and other articles. 

Married, 1898, Alsie Sackett, of Appleton, a former classmate. Chil- 
dren: Frances, Winnifred, Leslie and Alsie. 

458. ARTHUR CONSTANT LUNN. 

Present address, 5211 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, February 19, 1877, Racine, Wisconsin. 

Educated in common and high schools, Racine; Lawrence, 1895-1898; 
University of Chicago, 1898-1901. Degrees, A. B., Lawrence; A. M. and 
Ph. D., University of Chicago. 

Member of American Mathematical Society, Astronomical and Astro- 
physical Society of America. 

1898-1901, graduate student and fellow, University of Chicago; 1901- 
1902, instructor mathematics, Wesleyan University; 1902 to present pro- 
fessor mathematics and physics, University of Chicago. 

Married, September 27, 1900, Anna Josephine Gowan, Pawtucket, 
Rhode Island. Children: See No. 455. 



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459. WALTER ALVIN LADWIG. 

Present address, 616 Mclndoe Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Marshall, Wisconsin, November 7, 1876. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1894-1898; Rush Medical College. Degrees, B. 
S., Lawrence; M. D., Rush Medical, 1899-1902. 

1902 to 1909, engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery at 
Edgar, Wisconsin. Wausau 1909 to present time. Member of City and 
Country Clubs, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Favorite recreation, golf and fishing. 

Married, August 26, 1903, Edith M. Reilly, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Julia Ladwig. 

460. J. ALLEN MONTGOMERY. (Deceased.) 

Died at Neenah, Wisconsin, April 1, 1901. 

Born March, 11, 1875, at Wrightstown, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1894-1898. 

1898-1899, principal of high school at Albany, Wisconsin. 

461. WESLEY MAYHEW MOTT. 

Present address, 303 Clark Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 3, 1874, Winchester, Wisconsin. 

Educated in district school in Winchester; Neenah high school; Law- 
rence, 1893-1898, with the exception of the school year of 1894-1895. De- 
gree of B. S. 

For one year immediately following graduation, assistant principal in 
high school, Brandon, Wisconsin. Practiced law in Neenah since 1902. 

Favorite amusements, boating, fishing and hiking. 

Married at Neenah, Wisconsin, September 20, 1910, to Emma A. 
Holmes, deceased. Children: Ruth Harriett, Robert Holmes, Marion 
Elizabeth, Edward Mayhew and Jean Ethel. Married, July 9, 1918 to 
Ethel A. Harris of White Bear, Minnesota. 

462. MARGARET WEST MOWER. 

Died, February 14, 1918. 

Born, May 4, 1876, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Waukesha high school; Lawrence, 1892-1898. Degree of 
A. B. 

Since graduation has taught school in Wausau, River Falls and Min- 
neapolis. 

463. GEORGE FULLMER REYNOLDS. 

Present address, Boulder, Colorado. 

Born, July 5, 1877, Rosendale, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Waupun high school; Fond du Lac high school; Law- 
rence, 1895-1898; University of Chicago, 1899-1902. Degree Ph. B., Law- 
rence; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1905. In 1901-1902, a fellow in 
English in University of Chicago. 1902-1909, department of English, 
Shattuck School, Faribault, Minnesota; professor of English, University of 
Montana; professor of English at the University of Indiana; at present 
professor of English, University of Colorada. A charter member of the 
Theta Phi. Member of Modern Language Association. Author of "Some 
Principles of Elizabethan Stage." Contributor to modern philology; Mod- 
ern Language Notes; Education, Poet Lore, The Drama. 

Traveled in Europe, 1903, 1906 and 1922. 

Married, August 30, 1912, at Toledo, Iowa, to Mabel Rockwell Smith. 



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464. CAROLINE SARA (SILVERTHOKNE) FOSNAUGH. 

Present address, 623 N. Jackson Avenue, Clinton, Illinois. 

Born, Wausau, Wisconsin, May 17, 1876. 

Educated, Wausau schools; Lawrence 1891-1898; DeLand Business 
College, Appleton, 1897. Degree Ph. B., Lawrence. 

1898-1899, taught at Wausau; 1899-1901, studied music and art at 
Evanston, Illinois. Member of Home Economic Club, Fleur de Lis Club, 
Delphinian Society. 

Married, November 19, 1901, to Irwin Elsworth Fosnaugh. Children: 
George, Irwin and Dorothy. 

465. LEWIS CHARLES VOSS. 

Present address, Danvers, Illinois. 

Born, October 25, 1870, at Trempealeau, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools, Neenah; Carroll College, Waukesha; Law- 
rence, 1893-1898; Theological course at McCormick Theological Seminary, 
Chicago. Degree A. B. from Lawrence. 

Engaged since graduation in the ministry of the Presbyterian church 
in Wisconsin and Ulinios. 

Director and officer of the National Lincoln Chautauqua System. 

Favorite recreation: Curiosities of all kinds; have a collection of sev- 
eral thousand. "Who can wish for a greater recreation than to spin his 
'Ford?' " 

Married, May 1901, Mrs. Anna Paine, Chicago. Children: Newell 
Dwight, Adah Louise, Dorothy B. 

466. WINIFRED (WETER) HAVIGHORST. 

Present address, 704 S. Fifth Street, Springfield, Illinois. 

Born, September 9, 1874, Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated Depere high school; Lawrence, 1894-1898. Degree of Ph. B. 

1898-1899, instructor in English at Lawrence University. Member 
of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, August 29, 1899, to Rev. Freeman Alfred Havighorst of 
Pekin, Illinois, former professor of history at Lawrence College. Mr. 
Havighorst is now pastor of the First Methodist church in Springfield, 
Illinois, one of the largest churches in that state. Children: Robert 
James, Walter Edwin, Alfred Freeman, James Winfred and Miriam Con- 
tent. 



XLIII. CLASS OF 1899. 

467. CLARENCE IVAN ANDREWS. 

Present address, 3919 Fourth Avenue, S. Billings, Montana. 

Born, September 29, 1874, Linwood, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence, 1893-1899; Boston University school of theology. 
Degrees A. B., Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston University. 

Pastor in various churches in Wisconsin Conference and Montana. 

Married, September 12, 1903, Beulah Hall, Waukau, Wisconsin. 
Children: Lawrence Keith, Leora Olive, Jean Elizabeth and Lila. 

468. AMBROSE WESLEY ARMITAGE. 

Present address, Goldfield, Nevada. 

Born April 25, 1871, Seymour, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1890-1897, and graduated in 1899; post grad- 



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uate in English, University of Chicago, 1901-1902 and 1907-1909. Degrees 
A. B., Lawrence and Ph. B. from University of Chicago. 

High school teacher in Wisconsin, South Dakota; instructor in his- 
tory and civics, Mankato Normal; instructor in English various high schools 
in California. Has been active in the Board of Trade at Visalia and 
other civic movements working for better conditions. 

Member of the American Historic Association; National Council of 
the Teachers of English. 

Favorite recreation, walking and using kodak, also enjoy tennis. 
Traveled quite extensively throughout the United States. 

460. MARGARET BALL. 

Present address, 135 Sutherland Road, Brookline, Massachusetts. 

Educated at common and high schools of Montello and Portage; one 
year, vocal music at Madison; five years at Lawrence; special work at 
Harvard summer school. Degree of B. S. from Lawrence. 

1898, took one year of special work studying Shakespeare and Eng- 
lish essayists under the direction of a professor of Oxford, England by 
correspondence. 1899, tutored in Lawrence University; 1899-1902, teacher 
at Omro; 1902, instructor in literature, high school, Eau Claire. Also at 
high school at Quincy, Massachusetts, and at the present time instructor 
in literature at High and Latin School at Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Member of the literature and art department of Woman's Club, in 
the general federation. Member of Phi Beta Kappa. Member College Club. 

470. RALPH BENNETT. (Deceased.) 

Born at Omro, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Omro high school and Lawrence. Entered Garrett Bibli- 
cal Institute in preparation for the ministry, and died of typhoid fever 
during the first year, 1899. 

471. FLORENCE HELEN (BOYD) BYNUM. 

Present address, 510 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina. 

Born, July 11, 1878, at Appleton. 

Educated at Appleton public schools; Lawrence 1894-1899; University 
of Chicago 1899-1900. Degree of Ph. B. Lawrence, and Ph. B., University 
of Chicago. 

1900-1903, teacher of German and Latin in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 
high school. Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, Curtis Rynum at Appleton, Wisconsin, July, 1907. Two 
Children: a girl and a boy. 

472. ROBERT EDGAR BOYD. 

Present address, 621 Plymouth Court, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, October 8, 1876, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Appleton public schools, and Lawrence 1893-1899. De- 
gree of B. S. 

Salesman with the Plover Paper Co., and at present with the Moser 
Paper Co. 

Member of the Hamilton Club, Elks, Optimists Club, Chicago. 



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473. WARREN BENEDICT BULLOCK. 

Present address, 25 Post Street, Yonkers, New York. 

Born, September 19, 1875, Burlington, Wisconsin. 

Educated in Milwaukee east side high school; Lawrence, 1895-1899. 
Degree of A. B. 

Since graduation has been reporter, state editor, marine editor, tele- 
graph editor, city editor, night editor for Milwaukee Sentinel until 1908. 
Was president and general manager of Bullock's News Bureau, Milwaukee, 
with branches in several cities. Captain, senior instructor, Motor Trans- 
port Corps School, Jacksonville, Florida to 1919; director Forest Extension 
Service New York State College of Forestry, Syracuse, New York, 1920; 
now director Information Service of American Paper and Pulp Association. 

Member of Milwaukee Athletic Blue Mound Country and Milwaukee 
Press Clubs. Favorite recreation is golf. 

Married, August 29, 1901, Irene L. "Whitman, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
See 492. Children: Paul and Catharine. 

474. WILLIAM LORING BULLOCK. 

Present address, Valier, Montana. 

Born, August 24, 1873, Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

Father, Rev. L. B. Bullock, for many years member of Wisconsin 
Conference. Served in the Civil War in 3rd Wisconsin Cavalry. Mother, 
Elizabeth J. Atridge, an ideal pastor's wife. 

Educated at Lawrence^ 1894-1899; degree of B. S. University of Wis- 
consin, degree of LL. B.,*1908. 

1899-1901, principal of high school in Wisconsin. Index clerk Wis- 
consin Assembly 1907-1909. Began practice of law in Madison in 1908; 
1910 moved to state of Montana. Began practice of law at Valier. Has 
been city attorney of Valier since fall of 1911. Chairman of the school 
board; member of the A. F. and A. M. and past master; member R. A. 
M.; member I. O. O. F. ; member Phi Alpha Delta fraternity, University 
of Wisconsin. 

Favorite amusement, baseball and basketball. Spends summer vaca- 
tions in Rocky Mountains. 

Married, November 30, 1899, Nellie Ernestine Nelson, Stevens Point, 
Wisconsin. One daughter, Marjorie Elizabeth. 

475. CLEON D. COLLER. 

Present address, Depere, Wisconsin 

Born, December 11, 1875, Hingham, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence 1893-1899; Chicago college of dental surgery, 
Chicago College of Dentistry in 1902. Degree of B. S., Lawrence, D. D. 
S., Chicago College. 

Practiced dentistry Lincoln, Nebraska, 1902, and in Depere since 
1906. Dentist to Wisconsin State Reformatory, Green Bay. 

Member of Oak Lodge Club, Contemporary Club, Country Club, Ma- 
sonic Order, Psi Omega fraternity. 

Married, November 18, 1909, at Depere, Wisconsin, to Eva E. Erick- 
son. Children: Elizabeth Jane, Robert L., and Herbert W. 

476. RICHARD EVANS. 

Present address, 306 Franklin Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1870, Youghal, Ireland. 

Educated in private schools in home town; at Methodist Boarding 
school in Dublin; Lawrence 1895-1899; Boston University. Degrees A. B., 
Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston University. 

1902-1903, taught Hebrew and English Bible, at De Pauw; 1903 to 
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President Folt's Missionary Institute, Herkimer, N. Y., 1909-1912. 
Pastor at Wausau, Wisconsin, since 1912. Spent summer of 1914 travel- 
ing in British Isles and France. Was present at parents' Golden Wedding 
in Portadown, Ireland, near Belfast. Member Masonic order and Rotary 
Club. 

Married, September, 1900, Maud M. Murphy, of Hortonville, who at- 
tended Lawrence 1894-1897. Children: Donald Sidley and Richard Leroy. 

477. MARY LINDA (KNOX) HAGGETT. 

Present address, Napa, California. 

Born, May 10, 1876, Markesan, Wisconsin. 

Educated in nublic schools, Appleton; Lawrence, 1892-1899. Degree, 
B. S. 

1899-1900, assistant in First ward school, Appleton; 1901-1902, con- 
ducted class of private pupils in high school work at Coning, California; 
1902, partner in millinery business, Vacaville. 

Married, July 4, 1899, at Napa, California, to Reginald L. Haggett 
of Lowell, Massachusetts. 

478. HARLAND C. LOGAN. 

Present address, 231 Seventeenth Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Antigo high school; Lawrence, 1894-1899. Degree of 
A. B. 

Entered Wisconsin Conference of M. E. church in 1899; pastor in 
various cities. Is chairman of the Board of Examiners of the Wisconsin 
Conference. At present district superintendent, Milwaukee district, Wis- 
consin Conference. 

Married, August 16, 1905, to Mabel Elizabeth Gott of Elkhorn. Chil- 
dren: Evelyn, Ruth, Margaret, Gordon and Jean. 

479. MILDRED IDA (3IcNEAL) SWEENY. 

Present address c/o Credit Lyonnais, Geneva, Suiza. 

Born, August 30, 1871, at Burnett, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam; Lawrence, 1895-1899. 
Degree of Ph. B. 

1899-1903, taught English, Erasmus Hall high school, Brooklyn, New- 
York. Traveled in Europe several months in the year 1903. Author of 
various poems in many leading magazines. Author of two volumes of 
poems "When Yesterday Was Young," New York, 1906; "Men of Noland," 
London, 1911. 

Member of Boston Authors' Club, Poetry Society of America. 

Favorite recreation is walking. In 1913 with her family tramped over 
the chief Alpine passes ending the walk in Tirol. In 1901 traveled in New 
Foundland and among the Labrador ice fields. In 1914 to present time 
has been living in Europe chiefly in Switzerland educating her daughter. 
During this time traveled in Italy. England, France and Austria. 

Married, November 21, 1903, to Peter Myles Sweeney, of Lawrence, 
Massachusetts. One daughter, Margaret Hall. 

480. ETTA (P03IEROY) MILLER. 

Present address, 754 N. Division Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born. April 12, 1854, at Medina, New York. 

Educated Lawrence College. Degree of B. S. 

Has published some poems in newspapers and magazines. Member of 
patriotic order of Ladies of the G. A. R. 

For nineteen years teacher of high school and eighth grade work in 
Colorado and Wisconsin. 

Married, August 4, 1883, to C. L. Miller, of Alamosa, Colorado. Chil- 
dren: Hugh Miller, aged 19, died July 15, 1904; Roland, a graduate of 
Lawrence. 



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481. THOMAS RICHARD MOYLE. 

Present address, 398 Bradford Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born in Yorkville, Wisconsin, 1877. 

Entered Lawrence Academy 1894; graduated Lawrence College. 1899. 
Degree of B. A. 1899; M. A. 1912; University of Chicago 1904-1910. 
Teacher in various high schools in Wisconsin and in Stout Institute, 
Menomonie, Wis. At present Milwaukee high school. 

Member of American Chemical Association. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, March 22, 1906. to Elva Louise 
Fluno, class of 1906. Children: Thomas Richard, Mary Louise and Wil- 
liam Fluno. 

482. DAVID XEWBERRY. 

Present address, New London, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 19, 1875, Trenton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1895-1899. Degree of A. B. 

1899-1901, principal of schools, Oconto Falls; 1901. principal of high 
school, Amherst, Wisconsin; principal of first ward school, Appleton, Wis- 
consin; and now principal. New London. 

Married, August 29, 1900, Nellie Mae Pomeroy of Elba, Wisconsin. 
Children: Winifred and Lloyd. 

483. WILLIAM ANDREW PETERSON. 

Present address, 1320 Jefferson Street, Waterloo, Iowa. 

Born, September 25, 1863, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Beloit College; Madison law school; Evanston Theological 
Seminary; and Lawrence, 1898-1899. Degrees of A. B. from Lawrence 
and LL. B. from Madison. 

Engaged in the ministry, Wisconsin conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal church and later in Congregational church. 

Married, December 28, 1887, Minnie Lee Grant, of Lake Geneva. 
Children: Ethel Grant, Charles Donald, Payson Wells, Kenneth Lee. 

484. DAVID STANLEY SHAW. 

Present address, 73 Walnut Street, Binghamton, New York. 

Born, May 26, 1876, Wallaceburg, Ontario. 

Educated in public schools of Wallaceburg; Chatham collegiate insit- 
tute; Victoria University, Toronto; and at Lawrence in 1899. Degrees 
of A. B. from Lawrence, B. D. from Victoria University, and D. D., 
Adrian College. 

1899-1900 theological student; 1900 joined the Detroit Conference 
where he has filled various appointments in Michigan and New York. 
Member General Conference of the Methodist church 1920. In 1921 dele- 
gate to Economical Conference, London, England. 

Married, December 25, 1900, Callie C. Idle, of Toronto, Ontario. 
One child: Stanley Maxwell. 

485. BERTHA (TIDBITS) ROSS. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 29, 1914. 

Born, October 10, 1874, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Beaver Dam and Waupun; and at 
Lawrence 1894-1899, omitting one year. Degree of B. S. 

After graduation taught two and one-half years in Waupaca and six 
months in Montana. 

Married, April 2, 1903, Elmer F. Ross, of Huntington, Vermont. 



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486. FLORENCE JEANNETT (TIBBITS) TIDYMAN. 

Present address, Valier, Montana. 

Born, December 24, 1876, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 

Educated at high school, Waupun; and at Lawrence 1894-1899. De- 
gree of B. S. 

1899-1901, taught at Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

Made auto trip to Lawrence commencement in 1921 covering over 
4,600 miles. 

Married, June 26, 1901, Dr. G. F. Tidyman, of Waupun, Wisconsin. 
Children: James Austin, Everett Lynn and Leonard Gay. 

487. ANGELINE MAY WAGG. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 4, 1918. 

Born at Adams, Massachusetts. 

Educated at Lawrence 1893-1899; Milwaukee normal school, 1899-1900 
in professional work. Degree of A. B. 

For a time taught in public schools in Dale and supplied in Appleton 
and Milwaukee. 



488. HELEN JANE WALDO. 

Present address, 33 West 49th Street, New York city. 

Born, November 4, 1876, at Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Educated at schools of Green Bay; Lawrence 1894-1899. Degree of 
A. B. 

Studied singing in Chicago, Pittsburgh, Paris and New York. Held 
various choir positions in Pittsburgh and New York city; concerted ex- 
tensively. Since September, 1912, associate editor John Martin's Book, 
a magazine for children. Vice-president John Martin's House. Member 
New York League of Advertising Women; MacDowell Club of New York; 
Lucy Stone League of Women Voters; American Women's Association; 
Nantucket Yacht Club. 

Member of McDowell Club and the Music. ans' Club of New York 
city. Member of A. C. A. 

489. FRANK JUSTIN WELLS. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 1, 1904. 

Born, September 16, 1868, Omro, Wisconsin. 

Educated schools at Omro and Oshkosh; Milwaukee normal; Law- 
rence 1898-1899. Degree B. S. 

After graduation principal of schools at Palmyra and Depere. Also 
superintendent of schools at Depere. Established a high school at Pal- 
myra. Accepted instructorship in University of Wisconsin and advanced 
to position of assistant professor of agricultural physics, which he held till 
time of his death. 

Married, July 8, 1896, Mary J. Bentley of Appleton, also educated at 
Lawrence. Children: Justin C, graduate of Lawrence and also Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania in architecture; and Elizabeth, who died five weeks 
after her father. 

490. RALPH ELISHA AVHITE. (Deceased.) 

Deceased in Appleton, Wisconsin, May 10, 1901. 
Born, November 5, 1876, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1893-1899. Degree 
of B. L. 



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491. STEPHEN REES WILLIAMS. (Deceased.) 

Died, Tune 18, 1912. 

Born, May 14, 1874, Ottawa, Wisconsin. _ 

Educated at Lawrence 1896-1899; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degree 
of B. L. from Lawrence; S. T. B. from Garrett. 

Engaged in Methodist Episcopal ministry in Wisconsin, 1899 to time 
of his death. , ^ . , . „_. 

Married, June 11, 1902, Miss Maude Ebbot, of Fort Atkinson, Wis- 
consin. Children: Stephen Lawrence, Bernice Maude. 

492. IRENE LUCINDA (WHITMAN) BULLOCK. 

Present address, 25 Post Street, Yonkers, New York. 

Born, June 14, 1877, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at high school of Appleton; Lawrence 1895-1899. Degree 
of Ph. B. 

1899-1901, teacher in high school, Depere, Wisconsin. 

Married, August 29, 1901, to Warren B. Bullock. Children: Warren 
Paul, Catherine and Jean. See No. 473. 

493. GOTTLIEB DIEDRICH ZIEGLER. 

Present address, 412 Pacific Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 22, 1867, in Outagamie county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence University; Northwestern University, Water- 
town, Wisconsin; two years at Lutheran Seminary, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Degree of A. B. from Lawrence. 

In 1894, elected superintendent of public schools of Outagamie coun- 
ty, Wisconsin. Organized a fraternal life insurance company known as 
the "Aid Association for Lutherans in Wisconsin and Other States" of 
which he is now president. 

Recreation, playing saxophone and bowling. 

In 1912 made a lecture tour in connection with his insurance work 
covering the greater part of Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois. 

Married, September 28, 1904, to Miss Rose Kluge, of Appleton, Wis- 
consin. Children: Theodore, Esther, Helen, Robert and Roland. 



XLIV. CLASS OF 1900. 



494. LUCY WHITTLESEY (BUCKLAND) REEVE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, July 11, 1877. 

Educated at public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1895-1900. De- 
gree of Ph. B. 

Married, April 11, 1906, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Howard Dickin- 
son Reeve, deceased. Children: Theodora Buckland, James Theodore, 
John Paxton. 

495. MARY BULLOCK. 

Present address, 404 H E. State Street, Mason City, Iowa. 

Born, October 8, 1878, at Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Milwaukee high school; Lawrence 1896-1900; Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, 1901-1902. Degree of A. B. from Lawrence. 

1900 to 1905, taught in various high schools in Wisconsin and in 
North Dakota. At present teaching in Mason City, Iowa. 

Member O. E. S. and D. A. R. 



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496. L.OIS BEATRICE CASSON. 

Present address, Litchton, Arizona. 

Born, May 10, 1876, at Oconto, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Marinette high school; Lawrence 1895-1900. Degree Ph. B. 

Teacher in various high schools most of the time since graduation. 
Traveled in Europe and the United States. Secretary of the South Side 
Ebell Club, Los Angeles; national organizer of J. O. C. classes 1919-1921. 

497. JESSIE (DAHLEM) BIDDLECOMBE. 

Present address, Wayne, Michigan. 

Born, December 19, 1875, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Fond du Lac public schools; Lawrence 1897-1900. De- 
gree of A. B. 

1900-1911, taught languages in Lake Mills high school. Rapid River, 
Michigan, high school 1912-1913. 

Married at Germansville, Michigan, August 6, 1913, to Rev. Henry 
N. Biddlecombe. 

498. GRACE (DARLING) CHEGWIN. 

Present address, 72 Third Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Born, in 1872, at Oakfield, Wisconsin. 

Educated in the high school at Oakfield; Lawrence 1895-1900. De- 
gree of A. B. 

Woman's Auxiliary of Y. M, C. A.; W. C. T. U.; College Club; in- 
terested in church and social welfare work. 

Married, October 31, 1900, to W. J. Chegwin, of Darlington, Wiscon- 
sin. Children: Helen Wallis. 

499. MARY ANITA (GOCHNAUER) KOWALESKI. 

Present address, Appleton, Wis. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Entered preparatory department at Lawrence 1894; graduated in 
1900; degree A. B. Diploma Northwestern School of Oratory 1903; sum- 
mer school Northwestern School of Oratory 1914; Assistant in Weyauwega 
and Oshkosh high schools. Preceptress and instructor at Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Helena, Montana. Preceptress and teacher in Baldwin-Wallace 
College, Berea, Ohio. Instructor in physical culture, Lawrence College. 

Married, August 10, 1922, to William C. Kowaleski of Schenectady, 
New York. 

500. GRACE (GUERNSEY) CHAPPLE. 

Present address, Route No. 2, North Yakima, Washington. 

Born, August 11, 1876, Almond, Wisconsin. 

Educated in schools of Almond and Plainfield; Lawrence, 1896-1897 
and 1899-1900. Degree of B. Mus., Lawrence. Member of D. A. R. and 
several social clubs. Spent the winter of 1910 in California. 

Practiced in Rochester State hospital until 1911, then moved to 
Yakima Valley where her husband is practicing and developed a 40-acre 
fruit ranch. 

1900-1903, teacher of music, Clintonville. 

Married, October 8, 1903, to Dr. C. L. Chappie. Children: Guernsey 
P., Helen M. 



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501. HARRIET R. GREENE. (Deceased.) 

Born, August 29, 1877, at Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Eau Claire public schools; Lawrence 1896-1900. De- 
gree of A. B. 

Assistant in the high school, Randolph, Wisconsin, 1900-1902; teacher 
in mathematics in high school, Antigo, 1902-1903; teacher in mathematics 
in the south side high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

502. JEAN JACKSON. 

Present address, 632 N. Broadway, Depere, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1877, at Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1895-1900. Degree of A. B. Member of the 
Athena society. 

Taught three years at Weyauwega, Wisconsin, 1902-1904. At present 
teaching in Appleton. 

503. HENRIETTA VIOLA RACE. 

Present address, 20 W. Wood Street, Youngstown, Ohio. 

Born, 1869, Aurora, Illinois. 

Educated at Southwest Kansas College; Lawrence 1899-1900. Degree 
of Ph. B.; Columbia University, degree A. M. in 1911; and Ph. D., 1922. 
A. M. Baker University. 

County superintendent of public instruction Cowley county, 1907. 
Professor of Education and head of department of Education in South- 
western College, Winfield, Kansas, 1907-1914; head of department of 
psychology and director of psychological clinic for Louisville normal; 
director of educational and psychological research, Youngstown, Ohio. 

504. ANDREW LANDGRAF. 

Present address, Northern hospital, Winnebago, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 27, 1881, Menasha, Wisconsin. 

Educated St. Mary's Academy and public and high school, Menasha, 
Wisconsin; Lawrence 1896-1900. Degree of A. B. 

1900-1903, with Commercial National bank, Chicago; 1904, assistant 
cashier, First National Bank, New Salem, North Dakota; assistant cashier 
German State bank, Beulah, North Dakota. 

505. PETER FULTON STAIR. 

Present address, 524 Thompson Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Born, July 14, 1872, Monticello, Wisconsin. 

Educated in Evansville high school; and at Lawrence 1890-1892 and 
1899. Degree of B. S. 

Engaged in the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church since 
1897. Has filled various prominent appointments; has specialized in Sun- 
day school work during most of his ministry. At present director of Re- 
ligious Education, Detroit Conference. 

Married, November 8, 1900, Ada Sprackling, of Whitewater. Chil- 
dren: Margaret Hewlett, Helen and Virginia. 

506. EUGENIA E3IILIE (VOIGT) WINSEY. 

Present address, 579 Appleton Street, Appleton, Wisconisn. 

Born, September 20, 1877, Appleton. 

Educated in schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1895-1900. Degree of 
Ph. B. 

1900-1902, assistant Lincoln school kindergarten; 1902-1903, teacher 
first ward school, Appleton. 

Married, September 20, 1911, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Charles J. 
Winsey. 



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507. WILLIAM SAMUEL WESCOTT. 

Present address, 1624 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, November 9, 1873, Farmington, Wisconsin. 

Educated at high school, Lake Mills; Lawrence 1893-1900; Chicago 
Theological Seminary 1900-1904. Degree of Plr. B., Lawrence. Winner 
of Interstate Oratorical contest, 1900. Degree B. D, Theological Semi- 
nary, Chicago. 

Entered the ministry in 1904. Been pastor of Congregational 
churches in Western Springs and Chicago, 111. At present pastor of 
First Congregational church at Waukesha, Wisconsin. 

Member of University Club, Chicago. Favorite recreation is golf. 

Married, 1908, at Chicago, Illinois, to Miss Emeline Phelps Farrar. 

508. IDA MARY (WHITE) JONES. 

Present address, 1233 Jenifer Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1877, Richmond, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence preparatory and College, 1894-1900. Degree of 
Ph. B. 

For some years engaged in high school teaching. Member Women's 
Club. 

Married, October 4, 1905, at Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, to Willis 
Carodine Jones. Children: Mary Lucile and Sardie Jane. 



XLV. CLASS of 1901. 



509. GEORGE FRANKLIN BARBER. 

Present address, 3015 Scottwood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. 

Born, July 24, 1874, Bon Homme, South Dakota. 

Educated public schools; Albion Academy; Lawrence 1895-1901; Bos- 
ton University school of theology. Degrees of A. B., Lawrence; S. T. B., 
Boston. Phi Beta Kappa from Lawrence. Pastor of prominent churches 
in Ohio Conference. Board of Examiners. Does work in lecture field. 

Married, June 26, 1906, at Waupun, Wisconsin, to Miss Mabel Pot- 
ter. Children: Hollis William. 

510. ELSIE (BOTTENSEK) KULL. (Deceased.) 

Died, March 21, 1915. 

Born, November 3, 1879, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated public schools; Lawrence 1894-1901. Degree of Ph. B. 
1901-1904, taught in public school, Appleton. 

Married, July 12, 1904, to George F. Kull, native of Green Bay. 
Children: Kenneth Kenelm, and Elsie Katherine, born January 23, 1915. 

511. ROBERTS ORVILLE BRIGHT. 

Present address, 428 West 8th Street, Anderson, Indiana. 

Born, August 30, 1879, Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence University preparatory and College; post gradu- 
ate at Harvard, 1901-1902. ' Degree of Ph. B., Lawrence. 

Fall of 1902, entered Racine Wagon & Carriage employment. Took 
charge of the department of advertising, August, 1903. Later manager of 
the Minneapolis branch of same company. Sales manager Root & Van 
Dervoort Engineering Co., East Moline, Illinois. Since 1914 president 
and managing director Arvoe Manufacturing Co., Anderson, Indiana. 

Married, December 30, 1912, at Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Bertha 
Laura Knight. Children: William Robert. 



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512. LOUISA MAY COLLIER. 

Present address, 1308 Main Street, Racine, Wisconsin. 

Born at Caledonia, Racine county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Oshkosh normal school, 1894-1895; Lawrence, 1897-1901. 
Degree of A. B. 

Since graduation has been teaching at Antigo high school and Racine. 

Member of Woman's Club, Racine. In 1909 and 1910 took a trip 
around the world spending ten months in China with her sister, Mrs. E. 
L. Ford. 

513. GUY M. CRUMP. 

Present address, 1730 Catalina Avenue, Berkeley, California. 

Born, July 9, 1877, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 

Educated, schools Lake Mills; Lawrence 1895-1901, omitting one year. 

1901, in mining, at Vulcan, Michigan. 1902, machinist, Milwaukee. 
1902-1903, city directory canvasser, Denver, Colorado, and farming at 
New Windsor, Colorado. 1905, motor tester, Thomas B. Jeffrey & Co., 
Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Married, Miss Dorothy Barrett, at Appleton, Wisconisn. 

514. LEVI1VUS PHILIP DENOYER. 

Present address, 5235 Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, December 12, 1875, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence Academy, 1894-1897; State normal school, Osh- 
kosh, 1897-1899; Lawrence University, 1899-1901. University of Chicago 
1908-1909. Degree of A. B. from Lawrence. 

High school teacher from 1904-1908. Professor of geography, State 
normal school, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1909-1913; manager editorial de- 
partment A. J. Nystrom & Co., geographical publishers, Chicago; pub- 
lished Outlines of Commercial Geography, 1912. Now president Denoyer- 
Gippert Co., publishers of maps. 

Married, July 9, 1903, Flora Havighorst, of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 
Daughter, Muriel Weston. 

515. EDWARD JOSEPH FILBEY. 

Present address, 706 Michigan Avenue, Urbana, Illinois. 

Born, January 18, 1879, Oakfield, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence 1896-1901. Degree of Ph. B., Lawrence, 1901; 
A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903. University of Wisconsin inter- 
mittently 1901-1907. Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, 1908. 

Taught in high schools of Wisconsin for several years. Wisconsin 
statistical clerk State Bureau of Labor 1906-1907; professor of Greek at 
University of Nashville Peabody College 1907-1911; director John Hill 
Eakin Institute, Nashville, Tennessee, 1911-1912; private secretary to the 
president of the University of Illinois 1912. Author of "The Supple- 
mentary Participle in Herodotus," "Satire by Direct Criticism and by 
Types," "Concerning the Oratory of Brutus.". Public accountant, Chi- 
cago 1917-1919. Now associate professor and assistant dean of College 
of Business Administration, University of Illinois. 

Member of University Club, Urbana. 

Favorite recreation, walking, tennis, bicycling. 

Married, August 15, 1906, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to May Con- 
stance Vaughn. Children: Edward, deceased in 1909; Dorothy, May, 
Constance, Harriett. 



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516. HENRIETTA LEAROYD (FULLER) WESCOTT. 

Present address, 15 Camp S. D. Little, Xogales, Arizona. 

Born in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Educated, 1899-1900, Olivet College, Olivet, Michigan; 1900-1901, 
Lawrence. Degrees Ph. B Lawrence 1901; M. A. at Lawrence 1910. 

Taught Latin and German in Wisconsin high schools for several 
years. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, April 5, 1910, to Captain Robert 
Hayes Wescott, U. S. A. Children: Sara Learoyd and Robert Hayes. 

517. EDXA HART (GROVER) WEXBERG. 

Present address, Whiteagle, Oklahoma. 

Born, April 2, 1876, Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Educated University of Wisconsin, 1894-1895; Hamlin University, 
1896-1897; Lawrence University, 1898-1901. Degree of B. S., Lawrence; 
Sibley Hospital, Washington, D. C, 1911. 

Taught in high schools in Wisconsin for some years; later at San 
Diego College, San Diego, Chili, S. A.; and in the American Institute 
La Paz, S. A. Two years work among Bolivian Indians. Now doing 
home missionary work among the Indians in Oklahoma. 

Married at Puna, Peru, March 3, 1910, to Joseph Hugo Wenberg. 
Children: Edwin Hugo, Herbert, and Earnest. 

518. FOREST EDWIN KELLOGG. 

Present address, R. F. D. 3, Chambler, Georgia. 

Born, May 7, 1880, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence, 1896-1901. Degree of B. S. 

1901-1902, taught school, Wausau; fall of 1902, employed with Hesse 
Electrical company, Atlanta, Georgia; 1903, with Western & Atlantic 
Railway, Atlanta, Georgia. Was with Southern Weighing and Inspection 
Bureau in railroad work at Athens, Georgia. Is engaged in railway ac- 
counting and conducts a small farm near Atlanta. 

Married, 1905 to Lillian Hale of Athens, Georgia. Children: Hale, 
Edwin, Dorothy, and May. 

519. DELBERT GILES LEAN. 

Present address, 1026 N. Bever St., Wooster, Ohio. 

Born, 1878, Jefferson county, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence 1897-1898, 1900, 1901. Degree of A. B.; also 
L. H. D. Graduated from the Emerson College of Oratory at Boston; 
took graduate work at Harvard University. Was with the White Lyceum 
Bureau of Boston as a reader for three years; professor of public speak- 
ing, University of Wooster since 1908. 

Married at Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 16, 1911, Mrs. Vera Stitzel. 
Children: Frances Elizabeth and John Elsworth. 

520. HARRIET ELIZABETH MOTT. 

Present address, 303 Clark Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1879, Winchester, Wisconsin. 

Educated high school, Neenah; Lawrence 1897-1901. Degree of A. B. 

Assistant in high school, Wausau, 1901-1903; post graduate student 
at Lawrence, 1903-1904. 

From 1903 to 1914, engaged in home duties at Neenah, Wisconsin. 
Author of text of "Wisconsin Evermore" which won prize in state con- 
test in 1921. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 



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521. ALICE MAY (NASH) WHITE. 

Present address, 1245 Boston Boulevard W., Detroit, Michigan. 

Born, July 2, 1879, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Educated public schools, Manitowoc; Lawrence 1897-1901. Degree 
of B. L. 

Married, June 29, 1904, to Kirby Bowen White. Children: Lyman 
Nash, Ralph Kirby, May Alice, Jeannette Bowen, Hester Guyles. 

522. FRANK CHESTER PEDLEY. 

Present address, Viola, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 30, 1873, at Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools, and at Lawrence University and academy 
1895-1901. Degree of A. B. 

Engaged in the ministry, 1901-1902, at Rewey, Wisconsin; mechanic, 
1902-1904, at Kenosha, Wisconsin; ministry, 1904 until he accepted posi- 
tion as teacher in academy. At present a mechanical engineer especially 
dealing with the artificial refrigerating of ice. Published and spoken on 
this question. 

Married, December 18, 1901, Frances Crowe, of Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

523. RICHARD PENGILLY. 

Present address, Battle Ground, Indiana. 

Born, February 20, 1876, at Albany, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the high schools of Hazen Green and Boscobel, Wiscon- 
sin; Lawrence University; Boston University School of Theology. De- 
grees of Ph. B. at Lawrence, and S. T. B. at Boston University. 1905- 
1906, graduate work at the University of Wisconsin. 

Entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church, Eau Claire, 
May, 1908. At present director of education of the Trinity M. E. church, 
Evansville, Indiana. Has charge of all the young people's work and thb 
training of Sabbath School teachers. Has charge of what is called "The 
Junior Congregation," a unique feature of church work. 

Married, at Fennimore, Wisconsin, June, 1907, to Ethel Parker. 
Children: Elizabeth and Parker. 

524. BERT ALONZO PRIDE. 

Present address, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 28, 1878, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, full preparatory and college course. Degree 
of B. S. 

1902-1903, mill construction at Marseilles, Illinois; 1903, draughtsman 
at Rhinelander; now with Tomahawk Pulp and Paper company. 

Married, June 27, 1906, to Elizabeth Chapman Clark. 

525. GEORGE JAY STANSBURY. 

Present address, 547 Durkee Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 2, 1881, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence Academy and Lawrence University 1894-1901. 
Degree of A. B. Member Theta Phi fraternity. 

1901-1902, reporter, Appleton Daily Post, and newspaper correspon- 
dent; with the Marshall & Huschart Machinery company, Chicago, Illinois, 
for some time. At present with the Thilmany Pulp & Paper C, Kau- 
kauna, Wisconsin. 

Unmarried. 



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520. KARL EMORY STAXSBURY. 

Present address, 547 Durkee Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 28, 1879, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at the public schools at Appleton; Lawrence 1894-1901. De- 
gree of B. S. 

From 1901-1904, with the Western Adjustment and Inspection com- 
pany, Chicago; for some time with The Post Publishing company, Apple- 
ton. At present with Thilmany Pulp & Paper Co., at Kaukauna, Wis- 
consin. 

Member of Masonic order, Order of Elks, Riverview Country Club 
of Appleton. 

Unmarried. 

527. DANIEL SULLIVAN. 

Present address, 90 — 32nd Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated Neenah high school; Lawrence College 1897-1901. Degree 
B. S., Lawrence College. 

Studied law with Judge Kerwin of the supreme court. In law office 
of Pereless & Co., Milwaukee, for some years. At present assistant district 
attorney, Milwaukee county. 

Married, at Neenah, Wisconsin, October 28, 1908, to Marie D. Du 
Bois. Children: Elizabeth N. 

52S. RALPH ERWIN THOMAS. 

Present address, 603 Prospect Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 28, 1873, at Ives Grove, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Rowland's Academy, Racine; Lawrence 1894-1901. Also 
at Sheldon's School of Successful Salesmanship at Chicago. Degree of 
A. B. 

The first year after graduation taught history and mathematics at 
the Hillside Home School, at Hillside, Wisconsin. 1902, employed by the 
J. I. Case Threshing Machine company of Racine as traveling salesman. 

Married, at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, August 7th, 1906, to Bertha 
Tillotson. Children: Katherine Louise. 

529. FRANK CHARLES TOUTON. 

Present address, University of California, Berkeley, Califorina. 

Born, July 25, 1880, at Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1897-1901; University of Chicago; Teachers' 
College, Columbia University. Degrees, A. M. and Ph. D. 

Principal of the State Graded School, Embarrass, Wisconsin, 1901- 
1902; instructor mathematics, high school, Galesburg, Illinois, 1902-1904; 
instructor in mathematics in high school, Kansas City, Missouri; principal 
Central high school, St. Joseph, Missouri; professor of school administra- 
tion, Ohio State University; state supervisor high schools in Wisconsin; 
at present high school inspector for University of California. Joint author 
of First Course in Algebra, Second Course in Algebra, Complete School 
Algebra, Plane Geometry. 

Member of American Mathematical Society; National Educational 
Association; North-Central Association of Teachers of Mathematics and 
Science; Phi Beta Kappa; American Mathematical Association. 

Married, at Kansas City, Missouri, April 3, 1912, to Edith Cammack, 
daughter of the superintendent of schools of Kansas City. Children: 
Harriet Louise. 



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Dr. Frank Touton, Former 
Wisconsin Educator, Dies 

Los Angeles, Cal., June 1. — (/P) — Dr. 
Frank Touton, 66, vice president of 
the University of Southern California 
and a nationally known author of 
text books, died today of a stroke of 
apoplexy. Born in Fort Atkinson, 
Wis., Dr. Touton graduated from Law- 
rence college in his native state in 
1901. He received the degree of doc- 
tor of philosophy from Columbia, and 
in 1919 taught school administration 
at Ohio State university. Later, he 
became state supervisor of high 
schools in Wisconsin, and in 1921 
came to California. 



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530. WALTER VERITY. 

Present address, 6234 University Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, July 28, 1875, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence 1893-1896, 1899-1901. Degree of A. B. Rush 
Medical College, degree of M. D., 1910; principal of high schools 1901- 
1906; physician Cook County Hospital 1910-1911; physician and surgeon 
at Beresford, South Dakota; surgeon 58th Infantry, overseas 1917-1919; 
rank of Major, cited for bravery Meuse-Argonne offensive; now physician 
and surgeon, Chicago, Illinois. 

Member of El Riod Temple; also A. A. O. N. M. S. of Sioux Falls, 
South Dakota. 

Married, at Chicago, Illinois, May 31, 1911, to Mrs. Georgia Martin. 

531. RALPH GUSTAVE VOSS. 

Present address, 30 E. 82nd Street N., Portland, Oregon. 

Born, October 2, 1875, at Lodi, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence University 1896-1901; Carroll College, at Wauke- 
sha; Lake Forest University. Degree of Ph. B., Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin and Montana. With 
North Coast Railway Survey 1905-1906. In the Mount Ranier National 
Forest Reserve 1906-1907. Joined Portland Fire Service August 1, 1907; 
appointed lieutenant 1911; appointed captain April 1, 1915. Member of 
32nd Scottish Rite Masons. 

Married, at Portland," Oregon, October 2, 1909, to Olga Hartwig. 
Children: Franklin and Antoinette, twins. 

532. MARGARET BINGHAM (WINSLOAV) RUSSELL. 

Present address, Hamill, South Dakota. 

Born, May, 1880, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

5ducated in public schools Appleton; Lawrence 1895-1900; Radclige, 
1900-1902. Degree of B. S., Lawrence. 

Having previously done such work with a physician, in spring ol 
1903, took a course of six weeks in laboratory at Rush Medical College. 
Did pathological work for doctors of Appleton and other towns. Traveled 
a year in Europe, visiting England, Germany, France, Switzerland, Hol- 
land and Belgium. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, March 29, 1911, to Benjamin Hiram 
Russell. Children: Roger Winslow and Anne Winslow. 

533. CHARLOTTE ROBERTSON WOOD. 

Home address, 517 John Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 28, 1880, at Iron Mountain, Michigan. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and University from 1894-1901. De- 
gree of A. B. 

Taught Latin and German in various high schools in Wisconsin. 
Teacher of German in the State Normal School at Whitewater, Wisconsin. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa; member of Kappa Epsilon. 

534. ELIZABETH HOUSTON WOOD. 

Present address, 517 John Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, November 28, 1878, at Ishpeming, Michigan. 
Educated at Lawrence 1895-1901. Degree of A. B. 
Member Riverside Country Club; Tourist Club; Women's Civic 
Club; A. A. of U. W. 



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XLVI. CLASS OF 1902. 

536, ANDREW PETER ANDERSON. 

Present address, Shawano, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 28, 1876, at Rold, Denmark. 

Educated in common school at Rold; high school at Shawano, Wis- 
consin; Lawrence 1897-1902. Degree Ph. B. Completed three semesters 
in the School of Commerce at New York University. 

1902-1903, registrar and acting treasurer at Lawrence University; 
bookkeeper and cashier, Columbia Phonograph company, Minneapolis of- 
fice; and clerk of statistics in executive offices of same concern in New 
York city; 1907-1908, treasurer Toronto Phonograph Co., Toronto, On- 
tario; cashier Columbia Phonograph Co., New York, 1908-1910; general 
manager Chautauqua Tours, 1910 to date; 1914 to 1922 with Columbia 
Phonograph Co. 

1913-1914, manager of the world's tour of the Giants-White Sox base- 
ball party, visiting Japan, China, the Philippines, Australia, Egypt, Con- 
tinental Europe and Great Britain. This party numbered sixty-seven per- 
sons and traveled approximately 38,000 miles in less than four months. 

Married, October 12, 1904, Alma Mabel Dickinson, of Lancaster, 
Wisconsin. Children: Paul Franklin, deceased, and Helen Marian. 

536. WILLIAM AUGUST BALGIE. 

Present address, South Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 29, 1879, at Waukesha, Wisconsin. 

Educated in common schools; Lawrence 1898-1902. Principal of 
Little Chute graded school for several years; also at Welcome and Black 
Creek. 

Married, to Laura Schulz, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 3, 1913. 

537. 3IAUDE ESTELLE (BARRETT) HARRIS. 

Present address, Platteville, Wisconsin. 

Educated Belmont high school; Lawrence College, 1898-1902. De- 
gree Ph. B. 

Married to Fred W. Harris, No. 546. 

538. ARCHIBALD SYNICA BENNETT. 

Present address, 33 W. 42nd Street, Aeolian Bldg., New York city. 

Born, December 25, 1877, at Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Weyauwega high school and at Lawrence 1896-1902. De- 
gree of B. S. 

Graduate work at the University of Wisconsin summer school. 

1902-1904, assistant principal of high school at Fond du Lac; pro- 
fessor of chemistry and athletics at Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Penn- 
sylvania. 

First ten years were spent in high school work as instructor and 
athletic coach. He then took up work in the magazine publishing field, 
managing and publishing in Boston and New York. Is now sales mana- 
ger and specialist on various publications. Member of Boston City Club. 

Married at Rochester, N. Y., December 25, 1911, to Clara F. 
Gutschow. Children: Katherine, 10 years, Jean 4 years. 

539. ADA ELIZA BEA BRIDGE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, January 2, 1881, Andover, New Brunswick. 
Educated at Lawrence College 1898 to 1902. 

Occupied as teacher, schools at Weyauwega, Rhinelander and Apple- 
ton. 



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540. ELIZABETH CHAPMAN (CLARK) PRIDE. 

Present address, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 22, 1S79, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1895-1902. De- 
gree of A. B. 

Taught for four years in the first ward at Appleton, \\ isconsin. 
Member of the Monday Musical Club. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 27. 1906, to Albert H. Pride. 

541. CLAUDE DE AVITTE COLE. 

Present address unknown. 

Born, September ]9, 1S78, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence 1897-1902. Degree of Ph. B. 

For two years principal of graded schools at Elcho and for one year 
assistant principal of high school, Fond du Lac. 

Married at Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Caroline Werner, June 17, 
1911. Children: Elizabeth. 

542. JAMES EDWIN COLE. 

Present address, Morris, Minnesota. 

Born, August 7, 1S77, at Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Educated in Waupun high school; Lawrence 1896-1902. Degree of 
B. S. 

City engineer of Morris, Minnesota, 1909-1914; county surveyor Stev- 
ens county, Minnesota, 1911-1915; engineering work of general nature. 

Favorite recreation, football and baseball. 

Married, Maebelle Hale of Minneapolis. 

543. ALPHELS DAVIS FAVILLE. 

Present address, Box 464, Laramie. Wyoming. 

Born, February 27, 1880, at Lake Mills. 

Educated in high school at Lake Mills; Lawrence 1897-1902. Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin 1906-1908 and 1914-1915. Degree of M. S. Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. 

Taught in high schools in Wisconsin for a time. Since 1908 has been at 
the head of the animal husbandry department of the University of Wyom- 
ing. Member of American Society of Animal Production. Member of 
Beta Theta - Pi, Alpha Zeta. Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, at Laramie, Wyoming. July, 1913, to Jeannette McGregor 
Douglas. 

544. ROBERT NATHANIEL FILBEY. 

Present address, South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Oakfield, Wisconsin, January 20, 1877. 

Educated at Oakfield high school, and graduated from Lawrence in 
1902. Degree of Ph. B. 

With the Patten Paper company, Appleton, Wisconsin. At present 
manager of the Milwaukee Basket Co. 

545. KATE MARIE GOCHXAIER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born in Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1896-1902. Degree 
of A. B. 

One year of graduate work in the University of Wisconsin. Taught 
in various high schools in Wisconsin and Montana. For a time instructor 
in Wesleyan University, Helena. Montana. Course in nursing children, 
Memorial hospital, Chicago. At present children's nurse. 



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546. FRED WILLIAM HARRIS. 

Present address, Platteville, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Epworth Seminary 1895-1898; Lawrence 1898-1902. De- 
gree B. A. Lawrence. Boston University school of theology 1902-1904; 
S. T. B., Boston, 1904; A. M., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1905; D. D. 
Lawrence; Ph. D. Illinois Wesleyan. 

Began work in the West Wisconsin Conference of the M. E. church 
1904; member of the General Conference of the M. E. church from 1912. 
Member of Theta Phi fraternity of Lawrence. 

Lyceum and Chautauqua lecturer. 

Married, 1903, Estella Barrett, '02. Children: Lawrence Barrett, 16; 
Dorothy Elizabeth, 14; Wilfred John, 11; Robert, 7. 

547. ROY HOWELL JONES. 

Present address, 1857 Ontario Place, Washington, D. C. 

Born, February 28, 1878, at Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Educated in high school at Clintonville; Lawrence 1898-1902. 

Since graduation in the wholesale lumber business and now with the 
Lumberman, lumber sales expert, Export Sales Organization and repre- 
sentative in United Kingdom and France for lumber interests of Wiscon- 
sin and Michigan. At present assistant chief, lumber division, Bureau of 
Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Washington. 

Married, August 26, 1903, Sara Elizabeth Shaver, of Omaha, Nebras- 
ka. One son, George Archibald, 17 years. 

548. GEORGE KENNETH MACINNIS. 

Present address, 509 How Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 12, 1865, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 

Educated Lawrence 1895-1902; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degree of 
A. B. from Lawrence; A. M., Ph. D. Oskaloosa College. 

Entered ministry of Wisconsin conference of the M. E. church 1901. 
Author of the "True Philosophy of Life" a volume of sermons and 'Are 
They Guilty?" (a temperance pamphlet). Does considerable lecturing. 
Subjects: ''Glimpses of Four Continents," "The Discovery of Man," 
"Three Worlds," "The New Philosophy of Success." Has traveled in 
four continents, visited the most interesting places in 20 countries. 

Member F. & A. M., R. A. M., Knights Templar, I. O. O. F # , Ki- 
wanis Club. 

Married, October 13, 1892, Millie Pauline Lick, a native of Stutt- 
gart, Germany. Children: Earl Carlyle and Myra Lawrean. 

54J>. ARTHUR GEORGE MEATING. 

Present address, 1066 Prospect Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 28, 1879, in New London, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence 1898-1902. Degree of A. B. 

Since graduation, county superintendent of schools of Outagamie 
county and school supervision in Winnebago county, Wisconsin. 

Married, September 30, 1902, Ada S. Evans, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Elizabeth. 

550. LEROY 3IERRILL. 

Present address, 400 Elm Street, New Haven, Connecticut. 

Born, March 9, 1879, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence University and grad- 
uated in 1902. Degree of Ph. B. Teacher in languages in Merrill high 
school. Studied in School of Dramatic Art in New York. Has been upon 
the stage traveling with some of the best companies. At present teaching 
dramatic art, New Haven, Connecticut. 

Unmarried. 



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551. FLORENCE BRADFORD (NICOLLS) BLACKMAN. 

Present address, Hinsdale, Illinois. 
Born, March 3, 1879, at Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Wausau and Appleton; Lawrence 1896- 
1902. Degree of Ph. B. 

1902-1904, taught in Lancaster, Wisconsin. 

Married, July 7, 1904, to Willis L. Blackman, Jr., of Hinsdale, 111. 

552. ALTA EZMA (OLSON) WERNER. 

Present address, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 
Born, March 8, 1880, Mauston, Wisconsin. 
Educated Lawrence 1897-1902. Degree of Ph. B. 
Assistant in high schools, Tomahawk and Wauwatosa. 
Married, September 7, 1909, to Ferdinand Philip Werner. 

553. ISABEL ALBERTA (PETERSON) RILLA. 

Present address, Stipek, Montana. 
Born, October 17, 1880, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1892-1902. Degree of B. S. 
1902-1903, teacher of sciences, high school in Iowa, Minnesota and 
Illinois. 

Married to William Rilla of Stipek, Montana. 

554. ALBERT ALONZO PHILLIPSON. 

Present address, Watertown, South Dakota. 
Has been engaged in the commission business. 

555. FRANCES DAHLEM RADFORD. 

Present address, 1713 State Street, Menominee, Michigan. 

Born, September 25, 1881, Hermansville, Michigan. 

Educated in schools of Hermansville; Lawrence 1897-1902. Degree 
of Ph. B. Columbia University. M. E. degree. 

Teaching in various high schools in Wisconsin and Michigan since 
1903. Principal high school, Menominee, Michigan. 

Member of Womans Club, Eastern Star, Teachers' Club. Traveled 
in Europe in 1914. 

556. NORMAN EGBERT RICHARDSON. 

Present address, 720 Melbourn Street, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born, October 15, 1878, Bethany, Ontario. 

Educated, Lawrence University 1897-1902; Boston University School 
of Theology 1903-1906; studied in German universities 1908-1909; de- 
grees A. B., Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston University; Ph. B., Boston Uni- 
versity. 

Pastor of M. E. church in New England until 1911; professor of re- 
ligious education, Boston L T niversity and at Northwestern University; 
member executive committee of International S. S. Council Religious Educa - 
tion; member national education committee. Boy Scouts of America; 
member advisory committee, Religious Education Association; associate 
editor of religious education texts, Abingdon Press; member of the Board 
of Sunday Schools of the M. E. church. 

Married, at Woburn, Massachusetts, June 12, 1906, to Agnes Buck- 
man Clough. Children: Norman E., Jr., Margaret and Channing. 



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557. ADA (SAECKER) PFITZNER-SAVERNI. 

Present address, Spearfish, South Dakota. 

Born, in 1881, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in Appleton public schools; Lawrence 1895-1902; Northwest- 
ern University (Cumnock School of Oratory). Degree of Ph. B., Law- 
rence; B. O., Cumnock School of Oratory, Northwestern. Studied music 
in New' York with Boritt. Further musical and dramatic education in 
Paris, France, 1907-1908, and in Berlin, Germany, subsequently. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa. 

Toured through United States and Canada with the English Opera 
Company; extended travels through France, Belgium, Holland, Switzer- 
land and England with trans-Atlantic trips having varied and interesting 
experiences. 1908 with Royal Opera, Kiel, Germany; 1909, Stadt Theater, 
Colmar, Alsace, and New Royal Opera, Berlin, Germany; 1910 to 1912 
State Theater, Essen Germany. Has sung all of the leading roles in the 
Standard European operas with success and popularity. 

Married, at Berlin, Germany, June 10, 1912, to Herr Kapellmeister 
Walther Pfitzner. 

558. FRANK J. SCHNELLER. 

Present address, 115 Washington Avenue, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 28, 1878, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Educated high school, Sparta; Lawrence 1899-1902. Degree B. S. 

From graduation to 1910, with Kimberly & Clark company, paper 
manufacturers, Neenah, Wisconsin. At present sales manager of the 
Gilbert Paper Co. Was in the Spanish war, foreign service, adjutant; 
served with the 32nd Division in France and Germany as First Lieuten- 
ant, Captain, Major and Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Favorite recreation, "pleasing Miss Smith by decorous conduct in the 
library." 

Married, at Chicago, Illinois, July 18, 1908, to Marjorie Nicely. 
Children: Frank J., Jr. 

550. MAX SCHOETZ, JR. 

Present address, 2122 Prairie Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 27, 1882, Menasha Wisconsin. 

Educated at Menasha high school; Lawrence 1898-1902. Degree A. B. 
University of Wisconsin law school; degrees B. A. Lawrence 1902; B. L. 
University of Wisconsin 1908; attorney-at-law. At present Milwaukee. 
Wisconsin. Dean of the law department of Marquette University. Vice- 
President State Bank, Milwaukee; treasurer Inter-State Exchange Insur- 
ance. Member of the firm of Schoetz & Williams. 

Member Sigma Tau Nu fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity, 
Theta Nu Epsilon, the Order of the Coif, Knights of Columbus and Y. 
M. C. A. 

Married, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 27, 1912, to Mollie Knoerns- 
child. Children: Barbara Helen, aged 9; Max, Jr., aged 4; David, aged 2. 

5«0. BERTHA (TII.LOTSON) THOMAS. 

Present address, 603 Prospect Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at Poynette, Wisconsin, January 19, 1879. 

Educated Poynette Academy; Chippewa Falls high school; Platteville 
normal school; Lawrence 1900-1902. Degree B. S. 

From graduation until time of marriage taught in high schools of 
Wisconsin. 

Married at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, August 7, 1906, to Ralph E. 
Thomas. 



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561. ANNA LAURIE (WEBBER) BLAINE BUSH. 

Present address, Rockford, Michigan. 

Born, December 5, 1877, at Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

Entered Lawrence January, 1897, finished 1902. Degree of Ph. B. 

Taught for some time in Michigan. Member of the Rockford Tuesdav 
Club. 

Married, September 3, 1902, at Rockford, Michigan, to Mr. Blaine, 
deceased. Married, 1912, to William Bush. Children: Barbara and Norma. 

562. OLIVER DAY WITHERBEE. 

Present address, Galesville, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 25, 1877, Elmo, Wisconsin. 

Educated Gale College, Galesville, Wisconsin; Lawrence 1897-1899; 
1900-1902; Boston University School of Theology, 1903-1904. Degree A. 
B., Lawrence. 

Engaged in Methodist ministry, 1902-1903. Principal of Mauston high 
school. In 1912 entered the dry goods business at Galesville. 

Married, at Galesville, Wisconsin, October 20, 1905, to Lillie Gilbert- 
son. Children: Ralph, Helen, and Esther. 

563. ELSIE (AVUNDERLICH) MORTON. 

Present address, 2030 Maple Avenue, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 26, 1879, at Stephensville, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1898-1902. De- 
gree of Ph. B. 

1902-1904, taught Latin and German in various high schools in Wis- 
consin. 

Phi Beta Kappa; Marinette Woman's Club. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 7, 1906, to William E. Mor- 
ton. Children: Mary, Evelyn, and William G. 



XLVII. CLASS OF 1903. 



564. THEOPHIL ALBERT. 

Born, March 1, 1878, Chicago, Illinois. 

Educated at Elmhurst Teacher's Seminary, 1892-1896; Lawrence Uni- 
versity 1899-1903. Degree of Ph. B., Lawrence. 

Owns the Northern Nurseries at Chewelah, Washington. Specialty: 
Ornamentals, Roses and Shrubbery. 

Married, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 9, 1909, to Lydia J. 
Werner. 

565. EVA VIOLA (AMES) HANSEN. 

Present address, 4144 Arcade Building, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, April 26, 1877, at Edgerton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence from 1896-1897, 1901-1903. Degree of Ph. B. 
at Lawrence in 1903. 

Taught languages at River Falls high school. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, October 17, 1908, to Arthur Han- 
sen, a classmate. See No. 576. Children: Eric Ames and Barbara Evelyn. 



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566. GRACE ATKINSON. (Deceased.) 

Died, May 29, 1916. 

Born, at Bayfield, Wisconsin, April 5, 1880. 

Father, 30 years justice of the peace, and later municipal judge at 
Bayfield. Civil War veteran. 

Graduated from Bayfield high school, 1896; classical course; gradu- 
ated at Lawrence, 1903; degree A. B. Taught in the high school of Ells- 
worth, Wisconsin, and Oconto, Wisconsin. 

567. MINNIE BILTER. 

Present address, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. 

Born at Batavia, Illinois, July 22, 1882. 

Graduated at Ryan high school, Appleton, Wisconsin, and later Law- 
rence College. Degree of B. S. Lawrence 1903. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin; later Woman's College, 
Jacksonville, 111. At present head of mathematics department, Bartles- 
ville, Oklahoma. 

568. JOSEPH GRANGER BRANDT. 

Present address, 945 Alabama Street, Lawrence, Kansas. 

Born, at Allen's Grove, Wisconsin, December 30, 1880. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and College, 1896-1903; University of 
Wisconsin graduate School., 1905-1908; American School of Classical 
Studies in Rome, 1911-1912. Degrees, Ph. B. from Lawrence; Ph. D 
from Wisconsin. 

Taught in high school at Manitowoc, 1903-1905. Instructor in Latin 
at University of Wisconsin, 1908-1911 and 1912-1913. Assistant professor 
of Latin 1913. Assistant and associate and now professor of Greek and 
dean of the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Kansas. 

Member of Classical Association of the Middle West and South; vice- 
president for Wisconsin 1914. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, December. 1908, to Frances R. Irv- 
ing. Children: Mary Elizabeth, 9; Helen, 6; Miriam, 5; Joseph, 1. 

560. LAVERN XV. BROOKS. 

Present address, 1133 Larimer Avenue, Wichita, Kansas. 

Born at Bloomington, Wisconsin, November 27, 1875. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and College, 1897-1903; later did 
graduate work at Lawrence; degree of B. A. Lawrence 1903; A. M. Law- 
rence 1915. 

Principal of high schools in Wisconsin. At present principal high 
school, Wichita, Kansas. Member Rotary Club, Hammer and Tongs Club, 
Natonal Council Honor Society for High Schools, president High School 
Principals' Association of Kansas. 

Married at Janesville, Wisconsin, June 9, 1907, to Ethel M. Bates. 
Children: Emerson H., Laverne Alden, Paul Stuart, deceased, and Bobbie. 

570. ALFRED H. CHRISTIAN SON. 

Present address, McLoreth, Kansas. 

Born, December 24, 1875, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Oshkosh; Oshkosh normal; Lawrence, 
1902-1903. Degree of Ph. B. 

Studied at Garrett Biblical Institute for two years. Member of Wis- 
consin Conference, M. E. church, 1902-1911; member of Northwest Kansas 
Conference 1911 to present time. 

Married, August 8, 1917, Jessie L. Denman, of Palmer, Kansas. 
Children: Margaret A., aged 3. 



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571. CHARLES F. COLE. 

Present address, 819 Cora Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born at Lamartine, Wisconsin, April 1, 1879. 

Educated Lawrence Academy and College, 1898-1903; later did grad- 
uate work at the University of Wisconsin; degree Ph. B., Lawrence. 

Taught in high school at West Depere and Green Bay, 1903-1907; 
principal in Green Bay West high school 1907 to date. 

Married, at Hortonville, Wisconsin, October 21, 1904, to Nina M. 
Mayberry. Children: Charles Chester, Mildred Joyce. 

572. EKFIE LILLIAN (COLLIER) FORD. 

Present address, Foochow, China. 

Born. Sylvania, Racine county, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Sylvania country school; Oshkosli normal for two 
years; at Lawrence 1S99-1903. Degree of B. S. 

Taught at Antigo and Racine 1903-1906; since then missionary of the 
M. E. church in Foochow, China. Taught in the Anglo-Chinese College 
since 1906. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, at Racine. Wisconsin, June 26, 1906, to Eddy L. Ford. 
Children: James Lawrence, Alice Louise. 

573. ETHEL (CROAYE) TOWNS. 

Present address, 429 Eastwood Place, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
No report. 

574. WILLIAM B. DANIELS. 

Present address, 215 X. Stone Avenue, La Grange, Illinois. 
Born, at Appleton, Wisconsin, August, 1881. 

Educated at Rvan high school, Appleton; Lawrence 1899-1903. De- 
gree of Ph. B. 

Is in the advertising business in Chicago. 
Married, 1905. Children: Dorothy. 

575. TIRZA A. DINSDALE. 

Present address, Casilla 1969, Santiago. Chili, S. A. 

Born, November 8, 1881, at Preston, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Viroqua high school; Lawrence 1899-1903. Degree of B. 
A. Took part work for two years at the University of Wisconsin in He- 
brew and Greek. 

1903-1904, taught in Kaukauna; 1904-1905, in Appleton. Y. W. C. A. 
secretary at the University of Wisconsin, 1905-1907; general secretary Y. 
W. C. A., La Crosse, Wisconsin for several years; general secretary Y. W. 
C. A. at Keokuk, Iowa. Now at Santiago, Chili. 

576. ARTHUR HANSEN. 

Present address, 4144 Arcade Building, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, Racine county, Wisconsin, August 3, 1879. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1899-1903. Studied chemistry at Chi- 
cago University. 

In 1907 with Swift Co., Chicago. At present with U. S. Pure Food 
Department, having been employed in New York, Chicago and Honolulu. 
At present in charge of Seattle laboratory. 

Married to Eva Viola Ames, a classmate, October 17, 1908. Children: 
See No. 565. 



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577. R. PERCY HUTTON. 

Present address, 825 Goldsmith Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 14, 1876, near Republican City, Nebraska. 

Educated Lawrence 1897-1903. Degree Ph. B. Honorary L. H. D. 
Lawrence. 

Anti-Saloon superintendent West Virginia, Oregon and Wisconsin. 
Member City Club, Masons, Inter-Church Federation, Progressive Men's 
Association, Chamber of Commerce. Helped close 20,000 saloons. Re- 
garded as the ablest publicity anti-saloon man in the country. 

Married at Portland, Oregon, August 3, 1908, to Edith Roberta Sabin. 

578. MATTIE LAYER. 

Present address, Troy Hotel, Las Vegas, New Mexico. 

Educated, Milwaukee high school and Lawrence College. Degree Ph. B. 

Taught a short time in Milwaukee, then went to China where she 
taught in private and government schools. Until 1915 taught in college 
at Singapore, China. Has been teaching of late in New Mexico. 

579. LAURA LADD (LUMMIS) SCHUTZ. 

Present address, Triangle Ranch, Amasa, Michigan. 

Born, March 5, 1881, Watertown, Massachusetts. 

Educated, Lawrence 1899-1903; Leland Stanford, Jr., University 
1904-1905. Degrees A. B., Lawrence; A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr. 

Taught in various high schools. Specially interested in Americaniza- 
tion and welfare work. Has written considerably. Author of The Torch, 
a pageant used at the 75th anniversary of Lawrence. Member of Tourist 
and Wednesday clubs of Appleton, Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Married, at Baltimore, Maryland, July 8, 1909, to Charles Henry 
Schutz. 

580. MABEL M. (POTTER) BARBER. 

Present address, 3015 Scottwood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. 

Born, March 18, 1878, at Wonewoc, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and College, 1896-1903. Degree of 
Ph. B. 

Taught in Fond du Lac high school. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, at Waupun, Wisconsin, June 27, 1906, to George F. Barber. 
Children: See No. 509. 

581. DAISY (ROGERS) FEATHERS. 

Present address, 616 Second Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1881. 

Educated at Appleton high school; Lawrence College, 1899-1903; Cum- 
nock School of Oratory 1903-1904; summer course under Dr. Curry of 
Boston School of Oratory. Degrees Ph. B., Lawrence; B. O., Cumnock 
School of Oratory. 

Taught expression for four years in the Wausau high school. 

Member of Wausau Woman's Literary Club. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 10, 1910, to Charles M. 
Feathers of Wausau. Children: Alice May. 



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582. MABEL, (ROGERS) BLAIR. 

Present address, 112 Fulton Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 15, 1880. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College; degree B. A. 
Graduated at Cumnock's School of Oratory 1904. 

Taught English two years in Merrill high school and history for five 
years in Appleton high school. Taught expression, Wausau, 1904-1908. 

Member Wausau Ladies' Literary Club; member Wausau City Health 
Committee. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 29, 1910, to Edward H. Blair 
of Roundup, Montana. Children: Alice Mae. 

583. ALBERT CARL SIEKMAN. 

Present address, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. 

Born, May 30, 1882, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Appleton; Lawrence 1900-1904. Uni- 
versity of Michigan 1905. Degree of B. S., Lawrence; and B. O., School 
of Expression, Lawrence. 

Married, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, June 12, 1912, to Elsie Hein. 

584. WARREN HURST STEVENS. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 12, 1920. 

Born, December 1, 1881, Plover, Wisconsin. 

Educated in public schools of Fort Atkinson; Lawrence 1898-1903. 
Degree of A. B. 

Sales manager Homes Manufacturing Co., Chicago; Steel & Copper 
Plate Engravers. 

585. MILLIE (WAMBOLD) WORDEN. 

Present address, 123 W. Milwaukee Street, "Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Born, at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1881. 

Educated, public schools, Appleton; Lawrence Academy and College, 
1S96-1903; degree of B. A., Lawrence. 

Taught in grade work in Depere and Appleton until 1909. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1909, to Egbert Archie Worden. 
Children: John Robert, aged 10. 

5S«. OLGA GRACE (WARD) BLOSSEV. 

Present address, 825 S. Washington, Kokomo, Indiana. 

Born, January 29, 1880, at Alto, Indiana. 

Educated, at Garfield, Kansas; also at Kokomo, Indiana, in the high 
school; Lawrence 1899-1903. Degree of B. S. 

1903-1904, taught science at Augusta, Wisconsin; 1904-1905, at River 
Falls. 

Member School Masters' Club. 

Married, September 10, 1905, to Albeit F. Blossey. Children: Carl 
Ward, Rachel Louise and Zoe Albert. 

587. BERNICE (WARNER) RAFTER. 

Present address, Del Norte, Colorado. 



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588. LAWRENCE ALBERT WILSON. 

Present address, 1115 Eighth Street, Greeley, Colorado. 

Born, December 30, 1879, at Rush Lake, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Ripon high school and college; Yale University; graduate 
work in sociology at Yale University. B. D. Yale University . Lawrence 
1898-1900, 1901-1903. Degree of Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Pastor Union Congregational churches in Roxbury, Vermont, and 
Helena, Montana. Pastor Congregational churches Helena and Butte, 
Montana; moderator Montana Congregational Conference 1917-1918. Re- 
ligious director Y. M. C. A., Camp Lewis, Washington; special Y. M. C. 

A. speaker in France during the war. Pastor, Greeley, Colorado. Mem- 
ber Rotary Club, "International Forty," National Congregational Commis- 
sion on Missions. Now touring Europe and the Holy Land. 

Married, Hazel N. Arthur of Butte, Montana, August 13, 1917. Chil- 
dren: Jean, aged 4. 

5S9. JIABEL FLORENCE WOLTER. 

Present address, 1519 Spencer Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 26, 1880, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at public schools; Lawrence 1899-1903. Degree B. A. Mil- 
waukee Normal School taking kindergarten course. Finished course in 
1905. 

Member of the Fortnightly Literary Club; American Association of 
University Women; Order of Eastern Star; Order of White Shrine. 

590. WILLIAM BURT YOUNG. 

Present address unknown. 

Born, January 26, 1881, at Delavan, Minnesota. 

Educated at Ashland high school; Lawrence 1899-1903. Degree Ph. 

B. at Lawrence. 

Has been teaching school since 1903 at Warren, Minn., Alma, Wis.; 
The Dalles, Oregon, and Salem, Oregon. 



XLVIII. CLASS OF 1904. 

501. ADOLPH HENRY ALBERT. 

Present address, Otis Orchards, Washington. 

Born, August 8, 1880, Old Monroe, Missouri. 

Educated, Lawrence University, 1900-1904. Degree of Ph. B. 

One year of graduate work in University of Washington. Was grad- 
uate assistant in German in University of Washington 1913-1914. Teacher 
of German and mathematics, Clarkston, Washington, 1914-1915; German 
and history 1915, Odessa high school. Now engaged in fruit growing. 

592. ALBERTA (AMES) MANLEY. 

Present address, 855 Beretania Street, Honolulu, H. I. 
Educated at Lawrence College. Degree of B. A. 
Teacher in public schools at Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Married, to G. R. Manley. 



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593. JESSIE LOUISE ARMS. 

Present address, 628 Fourth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Born, November 28, 1879, at Randolph, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence 1900-1904. Library course University of Illinois 
1909-1911. Degree of Ph. B. from Lawrence; B. L. S. from University 
of Illinois. 

Taught in high school at Ripon, Wisconsin, and later in Seattle, 
Washington. Assistant cataloguer in Iowa State Universty Library 1911 
to 1914; acting head cataloguer in same institution 1914-1921; now cata- 
loguer, chief classifier, L T niversity of Minnesota. 

Member of D. A. R., American Library Society; Iowa State Library 
Association, Twin City Library Club, Women's LTniversity Club, Minne- 
sota. 

594. AMY (APLIN) LARSE1V. 

Present address, 321 North Ashland Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, at Plainfield, Wisconsin, March 18, 1882. 

Educated Plainfield public schools. Entered Lawrence 1898, gradu- 
ated in 1904. 

Studied art in Chicago Auditorium 1906-1907. Attended Southland 
Seminary for Women — for Bible study — Gainesville, Florida, winter and 
spring of 1914. Degree Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Taught in Wisconsin high schools, 1904-1908. Member Monday 
Shakespeare Club, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Traveled in California, Florida 
and in other states. 

Married, May 6, 1908, at Almond, Wisconsin, to Charles Sumner 
Larsen. 

595. PALL. REXSIS BEXJAMIX. (Deceased.) 

Died, May, 1912. 

Born, December 3, 1882, Beloit. Wisconsin. 

Educated, schools of Oshkosh, Appleton and Green Bay; Lawrence 
1900-1904. Degree A. B. 

Occupied in newspaper work, and as advance representative for Man- 
telli opera company. Was taken sick with pneumonia on shipboard while 
making a trip to England and died shortly after the ship landed at Liver- 
pool. 

596. GRACE ALICE BEWETT. 

Present address, 526 Fair Oaks Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois. 

Born, at Hortonville, Wisconsin, October 26, 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1900-1904. Studied at University of 
Chicago summer of 1911, University of Wisconsin summer of 1913. De- 
gree Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Taught in public schools at Fennimore, Edgerton and Appleton. 
Toured Europe in 1914. 

597. FREDERICK THOMAS BEXXETT. 

Present address, Omro, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 23, 1879, Omro, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Omro high school; Lawrence 1899-1904. Degree A. B. 

Was principal of the Welcome, Wisconsin, high school for two years. 
Since then has been engaged in farming at Omro, Wisconsin. He is the 
proprietor of the Phoenix Stock Farm. Is engaged in breeding Holstein 
and Friesian cattle; also pure bred grains. 

Traveled extensively through the west. 

Married, June 28, 1911, at Omro, Wisconsin, to Mildred Westcot. 



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598. FRANCIS HENRY BRIGHAM. (Deceased.) 

Died, December 23, 191G. 

Born, November :j, 1873, at llubbardstown, Massachusetts. 

Educated at high school, Barre, Massachusetts; Worcester (Mass.) 
Polytechnic; Lawrence, 1901-1904. Degree of A. B. 

Held American Y. M. C. A. all-around athletic record from 1895- 
1901. Pastor M. E. churches, Kaukauna and Wausau until 1912 when 
he became general secretary of the Wisconsin Sunday School Associa- 
tion. Now pastor, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Married, May 6, 1899, Laura A. Shock, at Sedalia, Missouri. Chil- 
dren: Dorothy, Jean, Ruth, Annette and Alice. 

590. ALLAN BOYDEN. 

Present address, Route No. 8, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born at Mills Center, Wisconsin, September 30, 1881. 

Entered Lawrence Academy September, 1897; graduated from Law- 
rence College in 1904. Attended College of Law, University of Wisconsin 
February, 1907 to June, 1909. Degree of Ph. B. from Lawrence. Em- 
ployed by D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit, Michigan, until 1911 when he be- 
came cashier of the Roseland State Bank, Hamill, South Dakota. Is in- 
terested in politics and public matters in South Dakota. Engaged in 
banking and ranching. Member Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi, 32nd 
degree Mason. 

Married, June 19, 1912, at Kenosha, Wisconsin, to Stella B. Goode- 
now. Children: Dorothy Ann, 8 years; Elbridge, 4 years, Jean, 1 year. 

GOO. JOSEPH HENRY CHATTERSON. 

Present address, Loyal, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 15, 1870, Sparta, Wisconsin. 

Educated Lawrence University 1898-1904. Degree of A. B. 

Entered the West Wisconsin Conference of the M. E. church in 1904. 
Pastor in various places. Member of the County Board of Education of 
Barron County; on the Board of Visitors of Lawrence College. Recrea- 
tional activities, drainage engineer. 

Married, June 24, 1894, Emily A. Hadley, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 
Children: Leonard Hadley and Dorothy lone. 

GOl. INEZ (FOX) MARKS. 

Present address, 2028 W. 24th Street, Los Angeles, California. 
Born, December 11, 1881, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree Ph. B. 
Taught history and English in Fennimore high school. 
Member Shakespeare Club and College Woman's Club. 
Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 2, 1906, to B. W. Marks. 
Children: John S. and Marion May. 

©02. CALLA GUYLES. 

Present address, 808 N. 9th Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Born at Norwood, Michigan, May 31, 1883. 

Entered Lawrence College 1900, graduated in 1904. Degree Ph. B. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught grade work two years at Manitowoc; Latin and German for 
four years at Kaukauna; Latin in the Appleton _high school; and Uni- 
versity High School, Madison. 

Traveled in Europe in the summer of 1914. Member Kappa Alpha 
Theta, American Association of University Women, Appleton Woman's 
Club. 



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603. MAY (JENKINS) WILEY. 

Present address, 420 W. Willow Street, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 

Born, February 12, 1883, Delton, Wisconsin. 

Educated schools of Chippewa Falls; Lawrence, 1900-1904. Degree 
of Ph. B. 

Taught history at Kaukauna and Eau Claire high schools, 1904-1909. 

Married, at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, November 25, 1909, to Alex- 
ander Wiley, an attorney. Children: Elizabeth May, Marshal] Alexander 
and Rose Mary. 

004. RAY KETCHUM. 

Present address, 407 Marion Street, Oak Park, Illinois. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1900-1904. Graduate work at Law- 
rence one-half year in 1906. University of Wisconsin summer sessions, 
1907 and 1909 and 1912 and 1913. Degrees Ph. B. and M. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught since in high schools at Spencer and River Falls; 1911-1912 
head of the department of chemistry and physics State Normal at River 
Falls; 1913-1914 teacher of chemistry and physics, Superior high school. 

Married at River Falls, 1914 ; to Vivian Hallett. 

MB. HERMAN BERNHARDT KNUTSON. (Deceased.) 

Born, December 4, 1878, Winneconne, Wisconsin. 

Educated in schools of Winneconne; Lawrence 1898-1904. Degree of 
Ph. B. 

Taught mathematics and history at Montpelier, Indiana; later engaged 
in business in Minneapolis with the Deere-Weber Manufacturing company. 

606. JOSEPH HENRY MARTIN. 

Present address, 2625 Washington Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 21, 1881, Union Grove, Wisconsin. 

Educated high school, Union Grove; Lawrence 1899-1904. Degree of 
Ph. B. 

Engaged in the banking business at Union Grove, Wisconsin; later 
became assessor of incomes of the second district of Wisconsin. Now 
connected with one of the banks at Racine, Wisconsin. 

Member Wisconsin Consistory, Knights of Pythias. 

Married, at Racine, Wisconsin, May 22, 1911, to Laura Sears. Chil- 
dren: John Henry and Dorothy Jean. 

607. STELLA MICHELSTETTER. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 3, 1909. 

608. FRANCES (NIMITS) LINDERMAN. 

Present address, 225 Hickory St., Waukegan, Illinois. 
Father member of Wisconsin Conference and a graduate of Lawrence. 
Educated at Lawrence College, 1900-1904. Degree Ph. B. 
Engaged in high school teaching for some time. 

Married, at Sheboygan, Wisconsin, January 8, 1908, to Tohn Linder- 
man. 



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609. HERBERT 31. PECK. 

Present address, Suite 1013, First National Bank Building, Oklahoma 
City, Oklahoma. 

Born, November 5, 1879, Rockbridge county, Virginia. 

Educated Wayland Academy; Lawrence 1900-1904; University of Vir- 
ginia law department. Degrees Ph. B., Lawrence; LL. B., University of 
Virginia. 

Practiced law in Oklahoma City since 1908. 

Entered army as private in Field Artillery, August, 1917. Honorably 
discharged as Major of Field Artillery June 30, 1919. 

United States district attorney for the western district of Oklahoma 
1919-1921. With firm of Peck, Billups and Tisinger. 

Mason, Phi Delta Theta, legal fraternity of Phi Delta Phi, forensic 
fraternity Delta Sigma Rho, American Bar Association. 

Married at Lexington, Missouri, December 26, 1910, to Frances Saw- 
yer. Children: page 10; Frances 7, Margaret, 2. 

610. GRACE ELIZABETH (POTTER) LIPPITT. 

Present address, 1608 Huffman Boulevard, Rockford, Illinois. 

Born, 1882, Whitneyville, Iowa. 

Educated in high schools of Sharon and Kaukauna, Wisconsin; Law- 
rence 1900-1904. Degree of Ph. B. 

Taught in high schools from 1904-1909. 

Married, September 21, 1909, at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, to Cyrus 
W. Lippitt of Sharon, Wisconsin. Children: Ruth Luella, Marion Florence. 

611. BLANCHE C. RACINE. 

Present address, Hortonville, Wisconsin. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 27, 1878. 

Educated in Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1900-1904. De- 
gree B. S. One year of graduate work at University of Chicago. 

Since graduation engaged as teacher of science in various high schools. 
Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Lawrence, and A. C. A. 

612. NELLIE GRANT (ROGERS) ZIEGERT. 

Present address, Route 4, Box 81, Black Creek, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 2, 1880, Grand Chute, Wisconsin. 

Educated in schools at Appleton; Lawrence 1901-1904. Degree of Ph. B. 

Taught in high schools at Nashville, Wisconsin, the Kramer School in 
Little Rock, Arkansas, and the Du Val School in Fort Smith, Arkansas. 
Is now interested in farming and chicken raising. 

Married, at Leeman, Wisconsin, June 19, 1912, to William H. Ziegert. 
Children: William Walter. 

613. ATHOL E. ROLLINS. 

Present address, 455 Webster Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Educated, Oshkosh high school and Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 
from Lawrence. 

Received the Rhodes scholarship and studied at Oxford University 
from 1906-1909. 

Taught classical languages at Janesville high school and in the Chi- 
cago School for Boys. Was for some years on the editorial staff of the 
Milwaukee Journal and later engaged in newspaper work in Chicago. 



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614. SARAH GANISON SILVESTER. 

Present address, 1227 Mara Villa Avenue, Santa Barbara, California. 

Born, May 10, 1883, Sheildmuir, Scotland. 

Educated at public schools of Motherwell and Coatbridge. Scotland; 
Lawrence 1897-1904. Degree of Ph. B. 

Graduate work at University of Wisconsin and at the University of 
California. Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin, and later taught 
Latin and history at the Selma and Ventura high schools in California. At 
present is assistant in Santa Barbara public library. Member P. E. O. 
Sisterhood, Eastern Star, Association of University Women. 

Member of the P. E. O. chapter "B," Appleton, Wisconsin. Spent 
two summers in the Yosemite Valley, one summer in the Hawaiian Islands 
and one summer in the high Sierras. 

615. MARY GENEVIEVE SOUTHER. 

Present address, Ashland and Irving Park Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, March 19, 1883, Mauston, Wisconsin. 

Educated, schools of Mauston; Lawrence 1900-1901. Degree A. B. 
University of Wisconsin, 1912; degree M. A. 

Taught in high school at Mauston, Wisconsin, 1904-1907; Madison, 
South Dakota, 1907-1909, and principal of high school at Le Sueur, Min- 
nesota, 1909-1911, South Division high school, Milwaukee, 1913-1920; now 
Lake View high school, Chicago. 

Member of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, Phi Beta Kappa. 

616. SAMUEL, JAMES TINK. 

Present address, Merrill, Wisconsin. 

Born, at Brooklin, Canada, February 7, 1874. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1901-1904; graduated Garrett Biblical 
Institute, 1906. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; B. D. from Garrett Bib- 
lical Institute. 

Entered Wisconsin Conference in 1905. Pastor at various churches in 
Wisconsin. At present preaching at Merrill. 

Married to Alice E. Gross in 1900. Children: Edmund, Everett, and 
Muriel. 

617. ANNA (THORLACIUS) JACKSON. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1920. 

Born at Union Grove, Wisconsin, July 20, 1878. 

Educated in public schools at Union Grove, Wisconsin; Lawrence 
College, 1901-1904. Degree Ph. B. from Lawrence. Began to teach at 
Iron River, Wisconsin, 1904; taught in private family at Dobb's Ferry, 
N. Y. Later in the family of W. A. Dickey, Landlock, Alaska; also taught 
high school at Seward, Alaska; later taught in Myers Falls, Washington. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. In 1894 spent a year in Denmark visit- 
ing relatives. In 1906 traveled in England, Denmark and Germanv. 

Married, at Seattle, Washington, May 28, 1912, to Ray C. Jackson. 
Children: Elizabeth. 

618. EDITH (WHITE) HOARD. (Deceased.) 

Born, at Campbellsport, Wisconsin, April 28, 1882. 

Educated at Sheboygan high school and Lawrence College, 1900-1904. 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Princeton, Wisconsin, and later in South Milwaukee high 
school. Active in the Sharon Woman's Club. 

Married, at Sharon, Wisconsin, December 25, 1907, to Fayette Ed- 
ward Hoard. Children: Willis Whitney. 



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G19. RHODA (WIRTH) GIFFIN. 

Present address unknown. 

Born, July 13, 1878, Shawano, Wisconsin. 

Educated in Shawano high school; Lawrence 1899-1904. Degree of 
Ph. B. 

Engaged in teaching in Onalaska high school. 

Married, January 2, 1905, to Don Eddy Gifnn, of Fond du Lac, Wis- 
consin. Children: Wirth Eddy, Nathan Clark, Rhoda Alice, Eunice Jane. 

620. BEATRICE ZIMMERMANN. 

Present address, 123 Grand Avenue, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 24, 1884, at Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Wausau public schools and Lawrence College, 1900-1904. 
Degree Ph. B. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. At present teaching in 
Wausau. 



XLIX. CLASS OF 1905. 

621. OLIVE (BEMIS) RUCKLE. 

Present address, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 

Born at Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, 1882. 

Educated at Menasha high school, and Lawrence College. Degree 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in Trempealeau, Whitewater and Grand Rapids high schools. 

Member of D. A. R., Woman's Federation of Grand Rapids; Woman's 
Club, and Home Economics Club. 

Married, at Menasha, Wisconsin, October 11, 1909. to W. M. Ruckle, 
M. D. Children: Ruth Gertrude. 



622. FLORENCE ETHELYX BOl'XDS. 

Present address, 1501 Spencer Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Appleton high school, and Lawrence College, 1901-1905. 
Degree B. A. 

Taught Latin in high schools at Weyauwega, Clinton and Kaukauna. 
Member of Phi Beta Kappa, American Association of University Women. 

623. FRANK ANTOX CROWN. 

Address Darrington, Washington. 

624. EDDY LUCIUS FORD. 

Present address, Foochow, China. 

Born at Black Earth. Wisconsin, September 19, 1879. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1899-1905; Bible Teacher's Training 
School, New York City, 1905-1906; graduate work at Northwestern Univer- 
sity 1913-1914, 1920-1921. Degrees B. A. from Lawrence 1905; M. A. from 
Northwestern. 1914. 

Began missionary work September, 1906, at Foochow, China. Is now 
professor of Biblical and English literature in the Anglo-Chinese College 
at Foochow Mission of the M. E. church 1907-1913. 

Married, at Racine, Wisconsin, June 26, 1906, to Effie L. Collier. Chil- 
dren: James Lawrence, 15 years; Alice Louise, 10 years. 



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625. GEORGE WASHINGTON FRY. 

Present address, 222 Victoria Street, Abilene, Texas. 

Born at Granville, Wisconsin, July 14, 1881. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1901-1905; University of Virginia Law- 
Department 1906-1909. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence 1905, LL. B. Univer- 
sity of Virginia 1909. 

District Manager, American Public Service Co. Member American 
Institute of Mining Engineers, American Society Civil Engineers, Delta 
Chi Fraternity, Elks Lodge, Scottish Rite Mason. 

Married, October 4, 1912, to Marjorie Harris of Scotteville. Va. Two 
children. 

•26. LILLIE (GILPERTSON) WITHERREE. 

Present address, Galesville, Wisconsin. 

Born at Galesville, Wisconsin, July 24, 1878. 

Entered Lawrence Academy 1896; graduated Lawrence College 190."); 
degree B. A. 

Married, October 20, 1905, at Galesville, Wisconsin, to Oliver Day 
Witherbee, Children: Ralph Gilbert, Helen Day and Esther Ann. 



027. CHAEL ORRISOX GOCHNAUER. 

Present address, 504 College Avenue, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Attended Lawrence Academy and graduated at Lawrence College 1905; 
degree of B. S. Did one year of graduate work at the University of Wis- 
consin in the department of engineering. For ten years in civil engineering. 
At present Manager Gochnauer's Concrete Products. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Grace R. Stimson. Children: 
Michael S. ]1 years, Tames A. 9 years, Thomas A. 3 years. Rebecca Grace 
1 year. 

02*. STELLA (GOODEXOW) BOYDEN. 

Present address, Green Bay, F. R. D. 8, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Graduated 
1905; degree Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Taught in the First ward at Appleton from time of graduation to date 
of marriage. 

Married, June 19, 1912, at Kenosha, Wisconsin, to Allan Boyden, class 
of 1904. Children: Dorothy A. 8 years, Elbridge G. 4 years, Jean Florence 
1 year. 

020. SAMUEL REUBEX HATCH. 

Present address, 1621 Madison Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College. Took course 
of engineering at the University of Wisconsin and has been employed in 
connection with the State department. 

Married in 1913. Wife deceased 1914. 



030. FRED JIATTHEW HEDGES. (Deceased.) 

Born at Bradford, New York, January 1, 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence College; graduated in 1905; degree B. A. Grad- 
uated at Columbia University; degree M. A. 

Engaged as principal of the Gordon Public School, Memphis, Tenn. 



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631. MINA (HOOTON) STURTEVANT. 

Present address, Delavan, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Degree B. A. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin; also taught piano and 
organ in Delavan. 

Married, December, 1913, to Robert Sturtevant of Delavan, Wis. Chil- 
dren: Robert S., 4 years; Margaret, 2 years; Winifred, 1 year. 

G32. ETHEL (JOLLIFFE) GILMORE. 

Present address, Randolph, R. F. D. No. 2, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waukesha, Wisconsin, August 31, 1883. 

Father for many years a member of the Wisconsin Conference of the 
M. E. church. 

Graduated from Berlin high school in 1900; Lawrence College in L905; 
degree B. A. 

Taught at Tomahawk, Wisconsin and Randolph, Wisconsin. 

Member of the Eastern Star; Randolph Shakespeare Club. 

Married, October 19, 1910, to Leslie Gilmore. Children: Charles Leslie, 
Arthur Joliiffe, Mary, George, Ethel Helen. 

633. CHARLES FREDERICK KARXOPP. 

Present address, 450 Lindon Street, Winnetka, Illinois. 

Born at Montpelier, Wisconsin, December 5, 1878. 

Entered Lawrence Preparatory, 1900; graduated Lawrence College 
1905; degree B. S.; graduated University of Colorado, degree B. A.; 
graduated Columbia University 1908, degree M. A. 

General Secretary Y. M. C. A., University of Missouri. Office Secre- 
tary Student Bible Study department, International Committee, Y. M. C. 
A., New York City. Missionary work Newfoundland. Financial Secretary 
Lawrence College, University Church, Madison. Lincoln University, 
Tenn. At present with a Manganese Co. in Chicago. 

Member of Beta Theta Phi, University of Colorado. Picked by Col- 
lier's Weekly for position as all Western Guard, season of 1904. 

Married, May 16, 1908, to Martha L. Irish, class of 1906. See No. 
661. 

H34. HELEN ADELE (LE TOURNEAUX) ROBERTS. 

Present address, 401 W. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, at Neenah, Wisconsin, August 18, 1883. 

Graduated, Neenah high school 1901; Lawrence College 1905. Degree 
B. A. 

Taught German and Latin at West Salem, Poynette, Shawano and 
Oconto. Principal McKinley School, Neenah, since 1920. 

Member of Kappa Upsilon at Lawrence. 

Married at Neenah, Wisconsin, June 24, 1915, to Hugh W. Roberts of 
W T est Salem, Wisconsin. Children: Hugh Joy, 6 years; Robert, 4 years; 
George, 1 year. 

C35. BENJAMIN WALTER MARKS. 

Present address, 2028 West 24th Street, Los Angeles, California. 

Born, September 24, 1882, at Galena, Illinois. 

Entered Lawrence, 1901, graduated in 1905. One year of graduate 
work at the University of Chicago. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Real estate and land business in Los Angeles since graduation. 

Member University Club, Athletic Club and Country Club, Los 
Angeles; Masonic Lodge; Beta Theta Pi, University of Chicago; Delta Iota, 
Lawrence. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 2, 1906, to Inez B. Fox, class 
of 1904. See No. 601. Children: John Southmayd and Marion May. 



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636. LILLIAN DELANO < MeNEEL) MILLER. 

Present address, Cumberland, Wisconsin. 

Born at Brookside, Oconto county, Wisconsin. 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1901-1905. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught Latin and German in various high schools. Principal of high 
school at Grafton, North Dakota, 1910. 

Traveled in Italy, Germany, England in 1908. 

Married, June, 1910, to William G. Miller of Cumberland, Wisconsin. 
Children: Jean, 5 years. 

037. LYDIA GRACE MOYLE. 

Present address, Columbus, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 27, 1880, at Yorkville, Wisconsin. 

Father member of the Wisconsin Conference, M. E. church. 

Graduate of Weyauwega high school; Lawrence College 1901-1905. 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. Entered Stout School of Home Economics 
1914; graduated in 1915. Taught English in various high schools in Wis- 
consin. 

638. CONRAD JOSEPH NORMAN NELSON. 

Present address, c/o Beach Motor Co., Beach, North Dakota. 

Born at Virequa, Wisconsin. November 1, 1877. 

Educated at River Falls and Superior Normals. Summer session at 
University of Wisconsin. Entered Lawrence, 1903; graduated in 1905. 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. Principal of Manawa high school 1905-1907; 
Rib Lake 1907-1908. Organized the high school at Beach, North Dakota. 
1908. Is state Institute Conductor at North Dakota. 

Member of American Peace League; National Geological Society. 

Married at St. Paul, Minnesota, June 6, 1911, to Gunda Cecelia Olsen. 

838. WILMA AMELIA NITZEL. 

Present address, 111 W. Columbia Avenue, Xeenah. Wisconsin. 

Born, November 14, 1888, at Rochester, New York. 

Educated in public schools, Rochester and Neenah; Lawrence College 
1901-1905. Degree B. A. Course in occupational therapy at Milwaukee- 
Downer, receiving diploma in 1921. 

Taught in high schools in Wisconsin. Proof reader for the Banta 
Publishing Company, Menasha. About to enter occupational therapy work. 

«40. STELLA EMILY (NUZUM) FULTON. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 

Born at Merrimac, Wisconsin, July, 1883. 

Taught for one year at Hudson. 

Married at Viroqua, Wisconsin, September, 1908, to David Langdon 
Fulton, an attorney. Deceased 1918. Children: David Langdon, Mary 
Ethel, Marjorie, John. 

641. THEDA MARGARET PATTEN. 

Present address, 21 Hamilton Street, Rochester, New York. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, January 8, 1884. 

Graduated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1901-1905. Took 
some post graduate work at Lawrence; also a year of art. 

Taught one year in Loyal high school. Spent two years in Canada; 
held position as secretary in a large real estate office; three years as 
secretary and bookkeeper with a firm in Marinette. At present in Rochester, 
New York, taking a course for commercial teachers, at the Rochester 
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642. JAMES HENRY PAUL. (Deceased.) 

Died, February 1, 1920. 

Born at Croton, Ontario, December 11, 1873. 

Educated at Ridgetown and London, Ontario. One year at Alkert 
College, Ontario. Entered Lawrence College in 1900, graduated in 1905. 
Degree B. A. Lawrence. 

Joined the Wisconsin Conference serving in Fond du Lac, Green Bay 
and Milwaukee. September, 1914, appointed superintendent and field 
secretary of the Wisconsin Deaconess Hospital at Green Bay. 

Married, December 31, 1897, to Agnes Hosie of London, Ontario. 
Children: James Olin, Walter Franklin, deceased; Norman Wesley. 

643. GEORGE ALEXANDER RAS3IUSSEN. (Deceased.) 

Died in 1910. 

Was engaged in teaching science in high school. 

(544. HELEN MARY (ROBERTS) STEELE. 

Present address, 690 Lawe Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Waupaca high school and Lawrence College, 1901-1905. 
Degree Ph. B. 

Engaged in high school teaching at Mauston, Wisconsin, and Ironwood, 
Michigan. 

Has traveled considerably in the south and west. 

Country Club, Tourist Club, Appleton. 

Married at Waupaca, Wisconsin, to Joseph H. Steele, manager of 
Pettibone-Peabody Company, at Appleton, Wisconsin. Children: Joan, 5 
years. 

645. MILDRED EMILY SCHNEIDER. 

Present address, 901 State Road, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, April 1, 1886. 

Educated at Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1901-1905. Degree 
B. A. Studied at Columbia University. Since graduation has been teach- 
ing in high school at Galesville and Menomonie. Now Principal high school, 
Menomonie. 

Member of the Classical Association. 

646. EDWARD PENN SMITH. (Deceased.) 

Died in 1910. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1901-1905. Did graduate work at the 
University of Wisconsin Agricultural department. Connected with Weather 
Bureau in Wisconsin and in Mississippi. Died by drowning. 

Married. Two children. 

647. ANNA EVALYN (WILSON) HICKOK. 

Present address, 368 State Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waddington, New York, in 1881. 

Entered Lawrence Academy 1900; graduated at Lawrence College, 1905. 
One summer, graduate work at University of Wisconsin. Degree B. A. 
from Lawrence. For some years taught in various high schools. 

Married in April. 1913, at Miles City, Montana, to Claude Elvin Hickok, 
Children: Jane Marion, 8 years; Thomas, 6 years. 



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L. CLASS OF 1906. 

648. GLENN DAVID ADAMS. 

Present address, 5628 Ellis Avenue, Chicago. Illinois. 

Born n Boone county, Illinois, June 19, 1883. 

Educated at Clinton high school, and Lawrence College. Degree B. A. 
from Lawrence. After graduation took up the work of Boys' Secretary of 
the Y. M. C. A. at Racine, Wisconsin; September 1, 1910, became Super- 
intendent North Side Boys Club, Chicago; September 1. 1912, became 
Executive Secretary, North Side Community Department of the Y. M. C. 
A. of Chicago; Executive Secretary North Ave. Department Y. M. C. A., 
Chicago. In 1918 Senior Religious Work, Secretary Y. M. C. A. with A. 
E. F. in Siberia. Later Secretary at Irkutsk, Siberia. At present Boy's 
Work Specialist Y. M. C. A., Chicago. 

Married, 1920, Beulah B. Barrett of Los Angeles, California. 

640. ALVA GILMAN AUSTIN. 

Present address, Janesville, Wisconsin, R. F. D. 6. 

Born in Township of Center, Rock county, Wisconsin, February 11, 
1881. 

Educated, Janesville high school, Lawrence College 1902-1906; grad- 
uate work, Lawrence College 1906-1907; College of Agriculture, University 
of Wisconsin, 1907-1909. Degrees, B. A. and M. A. from Lawrence. 

Engaged in dairy farming. 

Married at Janesville, Wisconsin, August 28, 1912, to Mabel Isaac. 
Children: William, 8 years; Florence, 5 years; Alva G. Jr., 1 year. 

650. LOUIS CHARLES BAKER. 

Present address, Lawrence College, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Seymour, Wisconsin, August 25, 1885. 

After leaving Lawrence was appointed to a fellowship at Northwestern 
where I received the degree of A. M., 1908. Went abroad for study 
spending my time in Paris, Berlin and Leipzig. Travel and study in 
France, Germany, Belgium and Holland. Graduate study and teaching at 
Northwestern University 1910-1912. Special Harrison Fellow in Germanics. 
University of Pennsylvania 1912-1914. Ph. D. 1914. 

Professor of German, Lawrence College 1914-17. Head of Depart- 
ment of Modern Languages and Professor of French 1917. Suinmer 1917 
research work at the University of Chicago, Summer 191S at Montreal, 
Canada. On leave of absence 1920-1922. Study in France, research work 
in Phonetics at the University of Montpellier, travel in England, France, 
Italy, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Switzerland. 

Member of Modern Language Association of Wisconsin. Publications: 
Goethe's Relation to Pietism; The German Drama on the New York Stage 
to 1830; articles in language journals. 

651. GEORGE ELMER BARBER. 

Present address, White Sulphur Springs, Montana. 

Born at Lone Rock, Wisconsin, August 11, 1878. 

Entered, Lawrence Academy 1901, graduated Lawrence College 1906. 
Student Boston University School of Theology, 1907-1910. Degrees, B. A. 
Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston University. Entered the ministry of the M. 
E. church December, 1906. Pastor in Massachusetts, Iowa and Montana. 
Since 1911 stock raising and dairying. 

Married, June 15, 1911, to Mildred Calkins of Viola. Children: 
Mildred Georgine, 7 years; Helen Mary, 5 years; Agnes Louise, 3 years; 
Daniel Calkins, 1 year. 



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652. IRVING AV. CHURCH. 

Present address, Ford Bldg., Great Falls, Montana. 

Born at Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, August 23, 1885. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Columbia University, New York City. 
Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; LL. B. from Columbia. 

Practiced law at Great Falls, Montana, since 1911, President Great Falls 
Rotary Club 1921, President Y. M. C. A. 1918-1922. 

Married at Great Falls, Montana, August 23, 1913, to Gertie L. Longe- 
way, who died February 21, 1915. Married, June 5, 1922 to Emma Galer 
of Montreal, Canada. 

653. ARTHUR STOCKDALE COSLER. 

Present address, 1501 E. 65th Street, Chicago. 
Chemist. 

654. JOHN EDWARD HINSDALE. 

Present address, Ripon, California. 

Born, 1883. 

Educated, high school, Viroqua, Wisconsin; Lawrence College, 1902- 
1906. Degree, B. A. Mining engineer, Galena, Illinois, 190-1914. At 
present ranching. 

Married to Miss Bessie Perkins, of Medford, Wisconsin. Children: 
John, 9 years; Edward, 5 years; Grace, 4 years. 

655. IDA ANGELINE DINSDALE (STRAND). 

Present address, 2235 Carleton Street, Berkeley, California. 

Born, 1885. 

Educated, Viroqua high school and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A., 
Lawrence. 

High school teacher, Wild Rose, Wisconsin, and Galena, Illinois. 
Principal Farley high school, Iowa. Muscatine high school. 

Married, June 27, 1922. David D. Strand of Berkeley, California. 

<>50. ANDREW S. GERAROFF. 

Present address, 6317 Tenth Avenue, N. E. Seattle, Washington, 

Born at Bulgaria. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1902-1906; Valparaiso University. L912. 
General correspondence work in the University of Wisconsin. Degree B. 
A. from Lawrence. 

Pastor M. E. church 1906-1912. Teacher of Manual Training in var- 
ious high schools. 

Member Men's Choral Club. 

Married at Abrams, Wisconsin, October 7, 1908, to Ora J. Wilson, 
Children: Dorothy, 13 years; Elden, 6 years; Clare, 5 years; Dena Alice, 
4 years; Paul Andrew 1 , 18 months. 

657. WILLIAM ORTON HARRIMAN. 

Present address, 425 E. Irving Ave., Bend, Oregon. 

Born, Neillsville, Wisconsin, February 16, 1880. 

Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. Degree. 

Taught. Later clerked for railroad contractors in a store. Since 1909 
in Forest Service U. S. Department of Agriculture. At present Deputy 
Forest Supervisor. 

Married, September 9, 1912, to Edith May Anderson of Crescent, 
Oregon. Children: Helen May, 9 years; William, 7 years. 



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O.'S. JOH\ WALTER HARRIS. 

Present address, 108 E. Pleasant Street, Portage, Wisconsin. 

Born at Linden, Wisconsin, October 31, 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1902-1906; Boston University School of 
Theology, 1908-1911. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; S. T. B. from Boston 
University. 

Entered M. E. ministry in the fall of 1906, preaching in Massachusetts 
one year; Durand, Wisconsin, eight years; Portage, three years. 

Married at Belmont, Wisconsin, September 2, 1908, to Elsie I. Bar- 
rett. Deceased. Married, June 29, 1921, to Attabelle J. Booth of Ripon, 
Wisconsin. 

659. MYRTLE GRACE HART. 

Present address, 479 South Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Rockford, Illinois, October 26, 1885. 

Educated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College, 1902-1906. 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. Tutor in Latin at Lawrence. Taught in 
various high schools. Is at present keeping house for her father in Apple- 
ton. Education director M. E. church, Appleton. Held offices in Appleton 
district Epworth League and W. F. M. S. In 1918-1919 in Y. M. C. A. 
work in Paris and Italy. 

GOO. WI.WIFRED AGNES HOOTOX. (Deceased.) 

Died, October, 1912. 

Father, pastor in the Wisconsin Conference. 

Educated at Manitowoc high school and Lawrence College. Degree 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in high school at Rice Lake, Wisconsin. 



601. MARTHA IRISH KARXOPP. 

Present address, 455 Linden Street, Winnetka, Illinois. 

Born at Portage, Wisconsin, October 27, 1883. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1902-1906. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 
When a student took first place in state oratorical contest and third in the 
interstate oratorical contest; 1906-1907, General Student Secretary of the 
V. W. C. A.. University of Washington. 

Married at Baraboo, Wisconsin, May 16, 1908. to Charles F. Karnopp, 
class of 1905. Children: See No. 633. 



662. MAY (KAXOLSE) SCHXEIDER. 

Present address, 745 Baker Street, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1882. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College; University Exten- 
sion Course in contemporary literature at Milwaukee, Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. 

Married, June, 1918, to George C. Schneider of Appleton, Wis. 

663. DOROTHA LEOXA LAMPERT. 

Present address, 307 Caroline Street, Xeenah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, in 1884. 

Educated at Wausau high school and Lawrence College, 1901-1906. 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. Been teaching since graduation in various 
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664. CHARLES RICHARD MANN. 

Present address, Soldan High School, 5014 Kensington Ave., St. Louis, 
Missouri. 

Born, March 24, 1870. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1902-1906; University of Wisconsin 1906- 
1907. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A., University of Wisconsin. 
Taught in high school, Menasha, Wisconsin, in 1907; Michigan Agricul- 
tural College 1908-1909; high school, Rock Island, Illinois, 1909-1910; 
McKinley high school, St. Louis, 1910-1911; Soldan high school, St. Louis, 
Missouri, 1911 to present time. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

665. WAKELIN MeXEEL. 

Present address, College of Agriculture, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at Kilbourn, Wisconsin, February 4, 1884. 

Educated at Kilbourn high school and Lawrence College. Student of 
Forestry in Germany, 1911; student Columbia Teacher's College in summer 
1914. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. Began teaching at River Falls in 
1906; principal at Tomah 1906-1911; teacher of science, Whitewater Normal 
school 1911-1912; superintendent of schools, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, 
since 1912. Member of Military Company in Appleton for two years. 
Y. M. C. A. work 1918-1922; at present Assistant State Leader Boys and 
Girls Clubs. 

Married, June 26, 1916, to Dora Smith of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 
Children: David, 5 years; Barbara, 2 years. 

666. ELVA (FLUNO) MOYLE. 

Present address, 398 Bradford Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College, Degree of A. B. 
Taught three years. 

Married, 1920 to T. R. Moyle of Appleton, Wisconsin. Children: 
Thomas R., 11 years; Mary Louise, 6 years; William F., 1 year. 



667. MABEL (KIEHMSTED) NAGEL. 

Present address, 519 Vine Street, Hudson, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, in 1885. 

Student Lawrence Preparatory, 1900-1901; Lawrence College 1902- 
1906. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Berlin and Hudson, Wisconsin, 1906-1911. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, December 7, 1911, to Emil H. Nagel, 
engaged in the lumber business. Children: Dorothy Marie, 9 years and 
Catherine, 5 years. 

668. CHRISTOPHER HOSKINS PIPHER. 

Present address, unknown. 

No report submitted. 

In Y. M. C. A. work in Iowa. 

6«9. OLIVE RICHARDSON. 

Present address, 759 Van Buren Street, Gary, Indiana. 

Educated at high school, Menasha, Wisconsin. Lawrence College, 
1902-1906; Milwaukee-Downer College, 1900-1901; University of Wisconsin, 
two summer sessions, Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools of Wisconsin and Indiana. 



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670. MABEL, ELIZABETH SACKETT. 

Present address, Kingsbury Apartments, Vista Avenue, Portland, Ore. 

Born at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, May 8, 1881. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1901-1906; 1913-1914. student for seven 
months in the American Academy at Rome studying History and Archae- 
logy; two terms in Oxford University studying History and Anthropology, 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

■Taught for several years in the First ward at Appleton and for four 
years at Green Bay. Later at Fairmount Seminary, Washington, D. C. 

Traveled in Greece, Italy, Switzerland, France, Germany and England. 
Lectured one year before high schools and women's clubs. Since 1919 
Life underwriter in Portland, Oregon, for the Massachusetts Mutual. 

671. WILLIAM ELBEBT SAWYER. 

Present address, Alpine, New Jersey. 

Born at Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 

Father, a former student of Lawrence College. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1902-1906; Drew Theological Seminary 
and Yale University. Degree B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. Yale; B. D. 
Yale; diploma from Drew Seminary 1906. 

Traveled two years for the Chicago Wholesale China and Glassware 
Co. Entered the ministry in 1910. Traveled in Europe in 1913. Pastor 
Alpine M. E. church since 1916. 

Married, July 28, 1916, to Mabel G. Burnham of New Haven, Conn. 

Member of the Alpha Epsilon Phi, Yale University. 

672. IRENE (TAYLOR) JEDXEY. 

Present address, Black River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, July 17, 1883. 

Graduated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College. Degree 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin 1906-1910. Member of 
Tuesday Club, River Falls, Wisconsin also Country Club and Order of 
Eastern Star. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 28. 1911. to E. S. Jedney. an 
attorney. One child, Mary Janice. 

673. OLIVEB NEWTON SAYLOB. 

Present address, Compton. California. 

Born at Monterey, Indiana, November 17, 1880. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1902-1906; University of Southern 
California 1908-1909. Degree B. A. Lawrence; M. A. University of 
Southern California. 

Pastor in various churches in California. Member of the Odd Fellows 
Lodge. 

Favorite sport, hunting and fishing. 

Married at Weyauwegaa, Wisconsin, to Clara Schumacher. Children: 
William Henry and Pauline Agatha. 

674. MARY (WILSON) SCHWAHN. 

Present address, 525 Church Street, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

Born at Green Lake, Wisconsin. September 27, 1884. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1902-1906. Degree B. A. from Law- 
rence. Taught in high school at Abbotsford, Wisconsin. 

Married at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, September 23, 1908, to Erwin A. 
Schwahn. Children: Nelson Erwin, Richard Wesley and Ruth Isabel. 



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675. RUTH (HARAVOOD) SHATTUCK. 

Present address, 324 East Wisconsin Avenue, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, in 1883. 

College and preparatory work taken at Lawrence College. Degree B. 
A. from Lawrence. 

Taught for a time in the public schools of Appleton. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, December, 1908, to S. Frank Shat- 
tuck, a paper manufacturer, Neenah, Wisconsin. Children: Frank C. and 
James Harwood, born August 5, 1915; Anne, 1916. 

676. ELSIE (BARRETT) HARRIS. (Deceased.) 

Died, April, 1919. 

Educated at Belmont high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. M. 
1906. After graduating taught music and painting at Belmont, Wisconsin, 
for two years. 

Married at Belmont, Wisconsin, September 2, 1908, to J. Walter 
Harris, class of 1906. See No. 658. 

677. DAVID HARRISON STEVENS. 

Present address, Faculty Exchange, The University of Chicago. 

Born at Berlin, Wisconsin, December 20, 1884. 

Educated at Lawrence College, Harvard University, University of 
Chicago. Degrees, B. A. and M. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from Harvard 
University; Ph. D., University of Chicago. 

Assistant professor of English, University of Chicago, Author of 
"Party Politics and English Journalism"; editor American Patriotic Prose 
and verse. The Home Guide, Good Reading, Types of English Drama, 
Articles in various magazines. 

Member of Theta Phi, Lawrence; Phi Delta Theta, Northwestern; 
member of the University Club, Evanston, Illinois. 

Married at Hartford, Wisconsin, 1915, to Ruth Davis, former Lawrence 
student. Children: John Scott, aged 6; Anne Elizabeth, aged 5. 

678. KATHERINE (BUCKL.AND) SWEET. 

Present address, 104 East Grant Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1885. 

Educated, Appleton high school and Lawrence College. Degrees B. A. 
and M. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in the high school at Wausau for several years. 
Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1913, to William W. Sweet. 

679. VIDA IRENE THOMPSON. 

Present address, 1730 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born at Monroe, Wisconsin, February 16, 1882. 

Educated at Poynette Academy and Lawrence College. Graduate work 
at the University of Wisconsin. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. Taught 
Bible and classics at Northwestern Collegiate Institute at Sherry, Wis- 
consin. Later taught in the high school at West Milton, Ohio. ^ At 
present Associate Editor, Union Signal Official Organ of the W. C. T. U. 



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680. CHARLES HENRY WINGENDER. 

Present address, Hudson, Wisconsin. 

Born at Mineral Point, Wisconsin, September 20, 1884. 

Educated at high school at Hudson, Wisconsin; Lawrence College 
1902-1906; Denver University 1908-1911. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; 
LL. B. Denver University. 

Engaged in practice of law at Denver, Colorado, since 1911. Member 
of Theta Phi, Lawrence; Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta Phi, Denver. 

Married, January 15, 1914, at Denver, Colorado, to Hulda Jane 
Churchill. 



681. GEORGE RAY WINK LEY. 

Present address, 210 S. Kostner Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Clinton, Wisconsin, 1880. 

Educated at Clinton high school and Lawrence College, 1902-1906; 
University of Chicago 1906-1907; Northwestern University, 1908-1910. 
Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; Ph. C, Northwestern University. 

Chemist. Engaged on research problems of pharmaceaticals, also on 
fermentation and filtration problems. 

Member American Chemical Society, Chicago Chemical Club. 

Married, 1920 to Angela Sedges of Chicago. 

6S2. ROBERT KIRTLAND AVOLTER, 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, in 1883. 

Educated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College. Degree B. A 
from Lawrence. 

Commercial Traveler. Later in oil and gas business in Oklahoma." In 
automobile business in Appleton. 

Married, December 30, 1916 to Prudence Kuehmsted of Appleton, 
Wisconsin. Children: Kirtland, aged 4. 

683. FOREST HAVEN WOODSIDE. 

Present address, St. James Hotel, Porterville, California. 

Born at Sterling, Kansas, November 2, 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence College; Boston University School of Theology. 
Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; S. T. B. from Boston University. Entered 
Wisconsin Conference, 1910. Was transferred to Southern California con- 
ference. Been out of the ministry on account of poor health. Been on 
ranch to recuperate and now is hotel proprietor. 

Member of Delta Iota fraternity. 

Married at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, April, 1910, to Elsie S. Collins, 
who died October 8, 1913. 

684. FLORENCE (WOOD) LAY. 

Present address, Kewaskum, Wisconsin. 
Born in Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence, B. A. Degree. Taught for a time. 
Married Otto E. Lay of Kewaskum, a former Lawrence student. Chil- 
dren: Elizabeth H., Mary J. and Charlotte Wood. 



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LI. CLASS OF 1907. 



685. CAPTAIN CHARLES ALLER. 

Present address, 3103 Pleasant Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born at Tomah, Wisconsin, May 12, 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1903-1907. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools. 

Member of Masonic Order, Eastern Star, White Shrine, Washington 
Park Golf Club. 

Favorite recreation, golf, foot-ball and basket-ball. 

Married at Minneapolis, Minnesota, in August, 1909, to Cassie 
Mahlum. 



686. HARRIET LOUISE ARTHUR. 

Present address, 2250 W. 112th Street, Chicago. 

Born at Marinette, Wisconsin, July 16, 1886. 

Educated, Dodgeville high school; Lawrence College 1902-1907; sum- 
mer work University of Wisconsin; 1912-1913 attended Leland Powers 
School of Oratory in Boston. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught Latin and German in various high schools in Wisconsin and 
Michigan and Minnesota. 

Member of Eastern Star. 

687. JOHN PETTIGREW RALLANTYNE. 

Present address, 124 High Street, Augusta, Kansas. 

Born at Holyoke, Massachusetts, September 28, 1833. 

Graduated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught science and athletics. Superintendent of schools at New Lon- 
don, Wisconsin. Now sales manager R. F. Electrical Manufacturing Co. 
Was one year with Y. M. C. A. in war service. 

Favorite recreation is foot-ball, basket-ball and tennis; also Nature 
Study. 

Married at Ableman, Wisconsin, August, 1909, to Florence Eleanor 
Richardson. Children: Eleanor Jane, Thomas Edward and Margaret Janet. 

688. ADDA (REAL) ROLITHO. 

Present address, 1611 Kiernan Avenue, Spokane, Washington. 

Educated, Milwaukee high school and Lawrence College. Degree B. A. 
from Lawrence. Doing graduate work, summer sessions, at the University 
of Washington. M. A. Washington State College. Teacher of English and 
education at Spokane College. 

Member of Martha Chapter 60 of Eastern Star; Spokane Branch Asso- 
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae. 

Married, day of graduation, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Thomas J. 
Bolitho. Children: Helen Elizabeth and Donald Thomas. 

689. EDWARD WILLIAM BLAKEMAN. 

Present address, Madison, Wisconsin. (University Club.) 

Born at Gary, Minnesota, September 11, 1880. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1902-1907; Boston School of Theology 
1907-1908; University of Wisconsin 1909-1911. Degrees, B. A. from Law- 
rence; M. A. University of Wisconsin. , 

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pastor at the University of Wisconsin, organizing the Unversity church in 
1912. Promoter of religious work among State University students. Written 
various articles on State Universities and the Church. 

Member of Beta Sigma Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha, National Forensic 
Society. 

Married, 1915, at Madison, Wisconsin, to Miss Smith, daughter of 
head of Greek department at University of Wisconsin. 



690. ALEXANDER FREDERICK RRUNNER. 

Present address, 327 S. LaSalle Street, Chicago. 

681. VIRGIL, C. BUELL. 

Present address, 761 Morrison Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin, 1879. 

Educated, Waupun high school and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Engaged for a time as State Deputy Fish and Game Warden. Is 
now a salesman. 

Married at Menominee, Michigan, August 10, 1908, to Carrie M. 
Schmidt. Children: Nona Elaine, Max Stewart, Lois Marie. 

692. GEORGE HARVEY HITLER. 

Present address, Butler Woodwork Co., Waukesha, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 10, 1882. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1902-1907. Degree B. A. from Law- 
rence. Taught in high school, Houghton, Michigan and Dodgeville, Wis- 
consin. 

Married at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 24. 1909, to Freda D. 
Staehle. 

693. RAY YERXA CLIFF. 

Present address, Sebring, Ohio. 

Born, at New' Richmond, Wisconsin, March 12, 1884. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1903-1907. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 
Was for a time secretary to Evangelist Biederwolf. 

Joined the firm of French China Company, March, 1911. Is treasurer 
and general manager of the company. 

Member Kiwanis Club, Old Colony Club, New York Country Club. 
United States Potter's Association; Trustee of Lawrence College; Amer- 
ican Ceramic Association. 

Married at Sebring, Ohio, October 19, 1911, to Hazel Sebring. Chil- 
dren: Harriet Elizabeth and Martha Jane, Oliver Sebring. 

694. DAVID CLARE DECKER. 

Present address, unknown. 
No report. 

695. ELIZABETH ERB. (Deceased.) 

Died, April 11, 1917. 

Educated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College; University 
of Wisconsin. 

Taught for several years in the high schools of Wisconsin. Had been 
in poor health for some years. 



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606. WILLIAM FREDERIC FADXER. 

Present address, 1263 E. Knox Street, Galesburg, Illinios. 

Born at Chilton, Wisconsin, October 25, 1883. 

Educated at Appleton high school and Lawrence College, Appleton. 
Business College and University of Chicago. Degrees, B. A. from Law- 
rence; M. A., University of Chicago, 1905. 

Has been teaching in high schools. Now professor of English in 
Lombard College. 

Charter member of Wisconsin chapter Tau Kappa Alpha. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, September 1, 1908, to Ada M. Fox 
Children: Kenneth, 6 years. 

6i>7. HARRY E. FLYW. 

Present address, 512 Delavan Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Born at L'Original, Canada, August 4, 1879. 

Educated at Peshtigo high school, State Normal, St. Cloud, and 
Lawrence College, 1904-1906. Graduate work, New York and Columbia 
University. Since graduating from Lawrence taught at Sauk Rapids, 
Minnesota, and has been Superintendent of Schools at Two Harbors, 
Minnesota. Is now Inspector of high and graded schools in Minnesota. 

Married, 1920 to Grace Scott of Peshtigo, Wisconsin. 

698. SARAH (HARRIMAN) 31 VERS. 

Present address, 2544 McDaniel Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. 

Boin at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 11, 1885. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1903-1907. Degree 

B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools at Fennimore and Appleton. 
Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, November 26, 1910, to P. H. Myers. 
Children: Ruth Farrar, aged 8; Joseph Harriman, aged 3. 

61)0. EELVA (HATCH) CRAWFORD. 

Present address, 756* Central Avenue, Red Wing, Minnesota. 

Born at Iola, Wisconsin, November 11. 1885. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy, 1902-1903; Lawrence College, 1903- 
1907. Columbia University Summer of 1914. B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools of Wisconsin and Ely, Minnesota. 

Married, C. H. Crawford of Winona, Minn. One child: Barbara 
Adams, 6 months. 

7(H). CHARLES AUGUSTA HERSCHLEH. 

Present address, Room 1008, 347 Madison Avenue, New York City. 

Born at Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, November 3, lSs>2. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Y. M. C. A. Educational Director, Racine, Wisconsin, 1907-1909. Gen- 
eral Secretary, Racine, 1909-1912. Went to China as secretary of the 
International Committee of the Y. M. C. A. and served the local Y. M. 

C. A. at Tsinan Fu as general secretary. Since 1919 Corresponding Secre- 
tary for the East and member of International Committee of the Y. M. C. 
A. 

Member of the Delta Iota fraternity. 

Married, Rush Lake, Wisconsin, August 13, 1908, to Ethel Agnes 
Wilson. Children: Katherine Elizabeth, aged 11; Wilson, aged 7; Frederick, 
aged 5. 



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701. EAI<\EST ALBERT HOOTON. 

Present address, 13 Buckingham Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Born at Clemansville, Wisconsin, November 20, 1887. 

Educated at Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin; Lawrence 
scholarship 1907-1908; Fellow in Latin 1908-1909; assistant in Latin, 1909- 
1910; Oxford Rhodes Scholar, 1910-1913. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; 
M. A. and Ph. D., University of Wisconsin. Diploma in Anthropology 
with distinction from Oxford University; Bachelor of Litt. in Anthropology 
at Oxford University; assistant professor in Anthropology at Harvard 
University; curator of somatology, Peabody Museum, Harvard University. 

Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and 
Ireland; member of the Society Internationale d'Ethnographical st de 
Sociologie de Paris; American Anthropological Association. American Folk 
Lore Society, etc. Archeological field Trips England, 1914, Canary Islands 
1915, New Mexico 1920. War work. Research on ethnology of Africa 
for American Peace Commission 1918-1919. Anthropometry Camp Grant 
1919. 

Married 1915 to Mary B. Camp of Chicago, Illinois. Two children. 

702. GEORGE NELSON KIN YON. 

Present address, Merchants and Manufacturers Bank, Milwaukee. 
No report. 

703. LAWRENCE C. JOHNSON. 

Present address, Richland Center, Wisconsin. (Training School.) 

704. LEILA THETIS JOHNSON. 

Present address, 208 Fifth Avenue, Baraboo, Wisconsin, P. O. Box 117. 

Born at Baraboo, Wisconsin, October 20, 1883. 

Educated at Baraboo high school, Library Training School, Scoville 
Institute, Oak Park, 111.; Lawrence College. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 
Correspondence work with University of Wisconsin. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. 

Member of Association of Collegiate Alumnae; National Council of 
Teachers of English; the Y. W. C. A.; National Education Association, 
Baraboo Literary Club. 

705. LORENZ KNIJTZEN. 

Present address, Palmyra, Wisconsin. 

Born at Feldstedt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, October 17, 1868. 

Educated in Germany, Lawrence Academy 1901-1902; Lawrence Col- 
lege 1903-1907. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Member of the Wisconsin Conference serving various appointments. 
Traveled in Europe in 1909, visiting Germany, Holland and England. 

Married at Green Bay, Wisconsin, March 20, 1896, to Celia Rose 
Ilerbigneaux. 

700. ALLABELLE LAMMEL. 

Present address, 409 Washington Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Entered Lawrence, 1901, and graduated in 1907. Three years gradu- 
ate work in economics at University of Wisconsin, Special Courses at 
Chicago, Northwestern and Columbia Universities. 

Taught in Wisconsin high schools, assistant in economics at University 
of Wisconsin. Assistant Market Investigator United States Rubber Com- 
pany, and later with McGraw Hill Co. Economic Expert with United 
States Shipping Board during war and later labor office manager, Wash- 
ington office of Shipping Board. General Manager and Secretary of Twin 
City Auto Body Works. 



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707. BUUKE REED LAAVTON. 

Present address, Vernon, Colorado. 

Born at La Farge, Wisconsin, November 10, 1880. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1902-1907; Garrett Biblical Institute, 1907- 
1909. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; S. T. B. Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Supplied in the Wisconsin Conference while attending school. Been a 
missionary to Korea. Taught in the Pai Chai high school, Seoul, from 
September 1909-1912; appointed June, 1914, to teach in Union Methodist 
Theological Seminary, Seoul, with residence at Chemulpo, Pastor Colorado 
Conference since 1918. 

Married, at Lodi, Wisconsin, June 30, 1903, to May M. Chase, who 
died 1904. Married, July 3, 1909, at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to Olive 
A. Hardy. 

708. GERTRUDE McGINNIS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, February 27, 1884. 

Graduated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1903-1907. Later 
studied Denver University. Degrees, B. A., Lawrence; M. A. Denver Uni- 
versity. Taught in high schools in Wisconsin and Colorado. 

700. CECILE I. NORTON. 

Present address, 253 Ternino Avenue, Long Beach, California. 
Born at Marshall, Wisconsin, February 5. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1903-1907; Los Angeles Normal School. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. High school teacher. 

710. NETTIE (NORTON) STIMSON. 

Present address, Bloomington, Illinois. 

Born at Marshall, Wisconsin, May 13, 1885. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1903-1907. Degree B. A.. 

Married, June 18, 1908, to Joseph B. Stimson. 

711. ETHEL MARY NUZUM. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 
Born at Merrimac, Wisconsin, October 2, 1884. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1904-1907. Degree B. A. from Law- 
rence. Teacher of English in Wisconsin high schools. Been in Y. W. C. 

A. work. 

Member of Alpha Gamma Phi. 

712. CARL WILLIAM OTTO. 

Present address, Board of Commerce Bldg., Pontiac, Michigan. 
Born at Hebron, Jefferson -county, Wisconsin, October 7, 1885. 
Educated at Albion Academy; Lawrence College 1903-1907. Degree 

B. A. from Lawrence. 

Principal and Superintendent of schools, Marshfield, Wisconsin, till 
1917. Organizer Chambers of Commerce for American City Bureau, New 
York, 1917-1919. Manager Board of Commerce, Pontiac, since 1919. Has 
addressed 96 Chambers of Commerce in U. S. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 4, 1910, to Helen Lyla 
Brandl, of Appleton, Wisconsin. Children: Helen, aged 6; Bill J., 18 
months. 



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713. EVA ALMEDA OZANNE. 

No report. 

Present address, 134 Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born at Shermon, Portage county, Wisconsin, June 28, 1875. 
Educated at Lawrence Academy 1900; Lawrence College 1903 1907, 
Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

714. CHARLES HENRY SANDERS. 

Last address, Cocoanut Grove, Florida. 
Pastor Congregational churches. 
Married. 

715. HARRY CARL SLATER. 

Present address, 811 Quincy Street, East Bakersfield, California. 

Born at Sheboygan, Wisconsin, October 14, 1883. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1903-1907; Boston University School of 
Theology 1907-1909. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; S. T. B. from Bos- 
ton. Joined Wisconsin Conference 1909. Transferred to California 1916. 
Chaplain U. S. Army 1918. Just built new church. Operates county 
play-ground. Specializes in boys work. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married at Sheboygan, Wisconsin, June 20, 1907, to Fanny Hansen, 
a former Lawrence student. Children: Pearl Anna, Ruth Marian. 

71G. HENRY JOHN STEEPS. 

Present address, unknown. 

^Born at Eureka, Wisconsin, April 4, 1883. 

Educated at Berlin high school; Lawrence College 1903-1907. Degree 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Head of Chemistry department Eau Claire high school 1908-1910; 
superintendent at Rice Lake. In banking business at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

Married at Spring Green, Wisconsin, October 21, 1911, to Alice Esther 
Evans. 

717. ALFRED GARY WHITE. 

Present address, 301 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. 

Born at Brandon, Wisconsin, July 17, 1886. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1903-1907; University of Wisconsin 
1908-1909; University of Pennsylvania 1909-1913. Degrees, B. A. from 
Lawrence; M. A. from Wisconsin. 1909-1913, instructor in Industry, 
Wheaton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania. 
1913-1919, Mine Economist, U. S. Bureau of Mines, Washington, D. C. 
Since 1919 assistant professor of Geography, University of Pennsylvania. 
At present traveling in the West Indes, Central America and Mexico. 

Member of Phi Eta, graduate fraternity, University of Pennsylvania; 
member of Engineers' Society of North Eastern Pennsylvania. Has 

traveled nearly every part of the United States in connection with his 
study of Industrial Development and Conditions. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, September 1, 1915, to Enid Saecker, 
class of 1913. See No. 991. 



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718. MABEL E. WHITE. 

Present address, Broad Street, Beloit, Wisconsin. 

Father, prominent member of the Wisconsin Conference. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1892-1893; 1904-1907; Madison summer 
school 1909. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Has been teaching in the 
high schools in Wisconsin. 

71 !>. CHESTER A. WYMAN. 

Address, Richfield, Utah. 

Been in Boys work Y. M. C. A. No report. 



LII. CLASS OF 1908. 

720. ROBERT JAMES BARNES. 

Present address, Oshkosh High School, Wisconsin. 

Born at Menasha, Wisconsin, October 14, 1885. 

Graduated at Menasha high school 1904; Lawrence College 1908; done 
summer work at the University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. Taught Latin at West Allis, Wisconsin; Crookston, Minnesota, and 
later at Minneapolis, West High school. Been a successful Latin teacher. 

Member of Classical Association and also the Masonic Order. 

721. FANNIE (BELL) MOBSE. 

Present address unknown. 
No report. 

722. FBANCES PARKER BBAYTON. 

Present address, Brokaw' Place, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Evanston, Illinois, May 30, 1886. 

Father, Rev. F. C. Brayton, of the Wisconsin Conference of the M. 
E. church. 

Educated, high school, Oakfield; Lawrence College 1902-1908. Studied 
in Extension department, University of Wisconsin. Degree B. A. from 
Lawrence. 1908-1912, pastor's assistant in the Appleton M. E. church; 
1912 to present time, General Secretary Associated Charities at Oshkosh, 
Wisconsin. 

723. JAMES BROUGHAN DINSDALE. 

Present address, Gaylord, North Dakota. 
No recent report. 

724. F. E. DBESCHEB. 

Present address, 109 Buffalo Street, Springville, New York. 

Born at Newton, Wisconsin, August 25, 1879. 

Educated in Oconomowoc high school; Whitewater Normal; Lawrence 
College, 1906-1908. Degree, B. C. from Lawrence. 

Taught in public schools of Wisconsin, 1902-1906. High school work 
as principal, 1908 to 1918. Since 1918 been farming and teaching at Spring 
ville New York. 

Married at Van Dyne, Wis., to Miss Clara L. Seefeld, September 3, 
1907. Children: Charlotte Elizabeth, Aubrey Adon, Marian May, Isabelle 
Louise, Gretchen. 



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725. DORIS KESIAH EDAVARDS. 

Address, 544 72nd Avenue, West Allis, Wisconsin. 
Educated Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been engaged in teaching English in various high schools in Wis- 
consin. 

72G. ROBERT EMMETT HAMILTON. (Deceased.) 

Educated, high school, Kaukauna; Lawrence College, 1904-1908. 

Taught in high school at Sparta. 

Contracted tuberculosis and died at Kaukauna, 1901. 

727. JOHN SELDEN HOOVER. 

Address, Route 3, Hood River, Oregon. 
Graduated from Lawrence, 1908. A. B. degree. 
Taught school for two years. Engaged in ranching. 
Married. Children: Lawrence, 8 years; Clifford, 6 yeas. 

728. EARL. ROBERT JACKSON. 

Present address, 103 Nevada Street, Northfield, Minnesota. 

Born at Mineral Point, Wisconsin, August 16, 1885. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1904-1908; Wisconsin University sum- 
mer school 1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Taught mathematics and 
coached athletics in high school in Minneapolis. At present Director of 
Gymnasium and Track-Coach at Carleton College. 

Married, September 17, 1910, at River Falls, Wisconsin, to Sophy L. 
Schultes. Children: Jean, 6 years; Donald, 6 months. 

720. ROY MILTON LEWIS. 

Present address, 135 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born at Hortonville, Wisconsin, October 18, 1884. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy 1901-1904; Lawrence College 1904- 
1908; University of Wisconsin 1908-1909. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; 
M. A., University of Wisconsin. 

Principal of schools. Superintendent of Schools, Ladysmith, at present 
head of department of Chemistry, Riverside High School, Milwaukee. 

Member of Masonic Order, Phi Beta Kappa. 

730. INA (MILLAR) RICE. 

Present address, 1231 Liberty Avenue, Beloit, Wisconsin. 

Born at Saugus, Massachusetts, October 23, 1885. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1904-1908; Eleanor Smith Institute for 
public school music and drawing, Chicago, 1909-1910. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught at Mauston high school. Taught music in public schools at 
Charles City, Iowa, 1910-1912. 

Member of the Treble Clef Club of Beloit and Country Club. 

Married, at West Allis, Wisconsin, November, 1912, to Dr. Joseph 
Bliven Rice. Children: Joseph Bliven, Jr., Elizabeth Millar and Lawrence 
Webster. 



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731. HAZEL (NORTH) AVIDDOES. 

Present address, Se6astopol, California. 
Born near Oshkosh, Wisconsin, August 6, 18S4. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1903-1908. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. Taught mathematics in high school in Wisconsin, Idaho and Oregon- 
Member of Phi Beta Kappa. Association of University Women. 
Married, 1916 to Curtis E. Widdoes. One child: Lawrence Curtis, 
aged 3 years. 

732. WILLIAM GODFREY RADDATZ. 

Present address, 701 Babcock Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Born at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1904-1908. Did graduate work at 
Northwestern College and University of Wisconsin. Degrees, B. A. from 
Lawrence; M. A., Northwestern College. 

Has been pastor at Neenah, Racine and at Madison. Been president 
of the State Young People's organization of his church. Also State Sunday 
School Secretary. A contributor for papers and periodicals in this line. 
District Superintendent in Milwaukee. 

Married, April, 1900, to Ida Fritsche. 

733. ALLIE NORA RASMUSSON. 

Present address, Baldwin, Wisconsin. 

Born at Hammond, Wisconsin, August 25, 1880. 

Educated, Hammond high school; Lawrence College, , 1903-1908; 
University of Wisconsin, summer session, 1909. Columbia University, 
summer session. Degree, B. A., Lawrence 1908; M. A., Lawrence 1910. 

Teacher of English in Wisconsin high schools and in Montana and 
South Dakota. At present in Soldan High School, St. Louis, Mo. Spend- 
ing the present summer traveling in Europe. 

734. FRED LAMAR SEXMITH. 

Present address, 56 Light Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, May 15, 1S85. 

Educated at Wausau high school and Lawrence College, 1903-1908. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Manager cf the Sexmith Lumber Co. at Juneau, Wisconsin, after 
graduation. Later with Sexmith-Gorman Lumber Co., of Wausau, Wis- 
consin. 1917-1922 Manager Auto Supply Co., Wausau. 1922 formed the 
Brown-Sexmith Motor Co., Oshkosh. 

Member Rotary Club. Country Club. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, December 28, 1910, to Margaret 
Brown, class of 1909. Children: Fred Lamar, Jr., Lilla Eleanor, John 
Edward. 

735. ELMER GEORGE SHERGER. 

Present address, Evansville, Wisconsin. 

Born at Evansville, Wisconsin. 

Graduated at Evansville high school; Lawrence College. Degree. B. 
A. from Lawrence. Since graduation has been in the employ of the C. & 
X. W. Ry. at Evansville, Wisconsin. 



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7.16. MARY COAE SLACK. 

Home address, Hermansville, Michigan. 

Born at Riverton, Virginia. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Graduate work 
at the University of Chicago. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Since gradua- 
ation teaching in high schools. At present teaching English in Evanston, 
Illinois. 

737. CAROL (SMART) MERRITT. 

Present address, DePerre, Wisconsin. 

Born at Wild Rose, Wisconsin, May 27, 1889. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy, 1902-1904; Lawrence College. 1904- 
1908. Degree; B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught German at Whitehall and Hudson, Wisconsin. Later dehate 
work in the Oshkosh high school. 

Member of Kappa Upsilon sorority. A. C. A. 

Married, June 25, 1919. to Harry E. Merritt of Mondovi, Wisconsin. 
One child, David H., 2 years. 

73S. EL3IA LOUISE SNYDER. 

Present address, 7605 North Sherman Way, Van Nuys, California. 

Born at Gibson, Wisconsin, Tune 28, 18S4. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy, 1899-1902; Lawrence College, 1902- 
1908; Leland Stanford University, 1914. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
A. M., Leland Stanford. Began teaching Latin and German at Stanley, 
Wisconsin, 1908. Later taught at Wisconsin Rapids and Los Angeles, 
California. 

Member of A. C. A., and the Woman's Club of Van Nuys, California. 

739. A. W. TRIGGS. 

Present address, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree. A. B. L. Pastor of several 
churches in Wisconsin. Conference M. E. church. 
Married. One boy at Lawrence. 

740. MARY (WOOD) GOODRICK. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, April 12, 1884. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1904-1908. Two 
years taking nurse's training in the Presbyterian Hospital at Chicago. 

Married, September 10, -1910, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to John B. 
Goodrick. Four children. 

741. CORA J. ZIMvGRAF. 

Present address, 97 Eighteenth Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated, at Lawrence College, 1904-1908. Degree B. A. from Law 
rence. Began teaching, 1908, at Galesville, Wisconsin. Later taught 
Oconomowoc high school. Since that time has been connected with the 
Milwaukee Continuation School which reaches boys and girls between 14 
and 16 years of age who work in factories, department stores, etc. 

Member of Milwaukee Lawrence Alumni Association; also A. A. U. 
W. County Council Girl Scouts. 



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LIU. CLASS OF 1909. 

742. KATHERINE (AMES) JOHNSON. 

Present address, Markesan, Wisconsin. 

Born at Markesan, Wisconsin, August 5, 1888. 

Educated at Randolph high school. Lawrence College 1904-1909. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Married, October 10, 1916 to George Johnson of Markesan, Wisconsin. 
Children: William, Henry and Stephen. 

743. GEORGE E. ATKINSON. 

Present address, 832 Tascosa Street, Trinidad, Colorado. 

Born at Cheshire, England, December 16, 1881. 

Entered Lawrence College 1900; from 1903-1908 teaching in the 
Philippine Islands. Returned and graduated in 1909. Degree Ph. B. 
from Lawrence. For a time was in the insurance business, and in 1909 
entered the employ of Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett Co., Chicago. Since 1911 
been traveling for this firm in Colorado and New Mexico. 

Married, July 1, 1919, Clara Barbara Kirner, St. Louis, Mo. Chil- 
dren, Clara May and May Ellen (Twins), 20 months. 

744. JOHN MILLER BAER. 

Present address, 4425 17th Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Born at Black Creek, Wisconsin, March 29, 1886. 

Educated at Appleton high schol; Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. After graduation entered business at Beach, North 
Dakota, Secretary of J. R. Smith Land Co.; secretary Beach Commercial 
Club; member of Missouri Slope Development League; City Engineer and 
postmaster at Beach; cartoonist and writer at Fargo, North Dakota; sent to 
Congress for two terms, 1917-1921 from 1st district. Now cartoonist and 
journalist for many publications including National Leader, Coppers Weekly, 
Labor Federationist, etc. Service goes to 100 newspapers. 

Member of Beta Sigma Phi. Was foot-ball guard on the Lawrence 
team. Been on Geological survey in Yellowstone Park. 

Married at Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 28, 1910, to Estclla 
Kennedy. Children: John M., 11 years; Alfred, 6 years and Byron 3 years. 

746. MARY BAKER. 

Present address, 777 Harris Avenue, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Taught in Appleton high school. For some years employment manager 
Kimberly-Clark Co. 

74«. ROSS MORTON BARRETT. 

Present address, E. 206 Montensta Apartment, Overbrook, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Born at Jefferson, Wisconsin, September 24, 1887. 

Educated at high school at Fort Atkinson; Lawrence College 1904- 
1909. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Newspaper work, Duluth and Chicago. Since 1913 been in business of 
advertising writing. 

Married at La Crosse, Wisconsin, June 24, 1911, Julia Waters, class- 
mate. See No. 781. 

No recent report. 



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747. AMINE (BELSCAMPER) SLESZYNSKI. 

Present address, 2153 Evergreen Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Educated, Neenah high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909; did 
graduate work at Chicago University; Chicago School of Philanthropy. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught for a time in Kaukauna high school; 1912 and 1913, visitor 
and investigator of United Charities of Chicago. Since 1913 until 1919 in 
social work in Chicago. 

Member Social Worker Club, Chicago. Drama League of America. Phi 
Beta Kappa. 

Married, May 3, 1916, Thaddeus Sleszynski of New York City, a social 
worker. 

74J). SARAH (BEMIS) THIELE. 

Present address, 155 So. Irving Street, Ridgewood, .New Jersey. 

Born at Menasha, Wisconsin, December 23, 1886. 

Educated, Menasha high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa; Ridgewood College Club; Ridgewood 
Woman's Club; New Jersey Woman's Republican Club. 

Taught Latin at Milton College and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 

Married, January 12, 1911, to Otto Victor Thiele. 

7."i4). LORRAINE E. (BLACK) UPHAM. 

Present address, 3416 N. Madison Avenue, Tacoma, Washington. 

Born at Green Bay, Wisconsin, January 9, 1887. 

Educated, Green Bay high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Degree, 
R. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught Latin and English at Lodi, Wisconsin; Falls City, Nebraska, 
and Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Member A. C. A. 

Married to William Upham. 

751. CORA (BOMIER) BROOKS. 

Present address, Cedarcroft, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born at Depere, Wisconsin. 

Educated. Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1904; spent 1905 
and 1906 in Washington. D. C. ; Lawrence College 1906-1909. Did one 
semester of graduate work in 1910. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. 

Member Woman's Club of Sturgeon Bay; Woman's Voter's League; 
Delphian Society. 

Married, May 1920, to Roy Selden Brooks of Sturgeon Bay. Have a 
cherry orchard. 

7S& ALDIS BRIGHA3I 

Address, Pine Island, Minnesota. 

Born, August 25, 1885, Evart, Michigan. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. University of Wiscon- 
sin summer session 1911. 

Taught in high schools. Now city superintendent. 

Married, 1914, to Henrietta Barr of Oshkosh. Children: Carol, 7 
years; Edward, 5 years and Earl, 3 years. 



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753. MARGARET (BROWN) SEXMITH. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Peshtigo high school; Lawrence College. Degree B. A. 
Taught in high school at Juneau. 

Married, Fred Lamar Sexmith, class of 1907. See No. 734. Children: 
Lilla Lienor, 10, Fred Lamar, 8, John Edward, 5. 

754. LYDIAN URSULA BUSH. 

Present address, 412 W. 8th Street, Aberdeen, Washington. 

Born at Sparta, Wisconsin, January 17, 1888. 

Educated, Sparta high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Grad- 
uate work, University of Wisconsin, 1911-1912. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence; M. A., University of Wisconsin. 

Began teaching at Menasha, 1909. Instructor in Latin at Brookings, 
South Dakota, Aberdeen high school since 1916. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. Spent summer of 1914 in Europe. 

755. LOUISE AUGUSTA BUCHHOLZ. 

Present address, 872 Oneida Street, Appleton. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 4, 1867. 

Graduated from Milwaukee State Normal School ; two summer ses- 
sions, University of Wisconsin. Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Taught in the public schools in Milwaukee before graduating at Law- 
rence. Since then in the high schools at Merrill, Oshkosh and Appleton. 

Secretary of A. A. W. C. 

75G. VICTOR CAS SIDY. 

Present address, 110 Second Street, Marysville, California. 

Born at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Febrviary 28, 1886. 

Educated, Chippewa Falls high school; Lawrence College. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

High school principal to 1913. Mining chemist and past nine years 
newspaper owner and editor. Recently became editor of Marysville Daily 
Appeal on which Mark Twain once worked. 

Member Rotary and University Clubs. Masonic Lodge, Elks. 

Married, May 4, 1912, Lois Walton of Cuba City, California. 

757. PERCY LEOPOLD CHIRM. 

Present address, 1029 Jefferson Avenue, S. E., Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

Born at Burlington, Wisconsin, November 28, 1886. 

Educated, Evansville high school; Lawrence College, 1905-1909. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Head of History Department and athletic director in Alpena, Mich- 
igan, high school; principal of Alpena high school; director athletics 
Grand Rapids high school; in charge history department, Grand Rapids 
high school. 

Member various Masonic orders. 

Lieutenant Co. D., Michigan National Guards. Service in Calumet 
Copper Strike, 1913. 

Married, November 28, 1917, to Grace E. Worth, Grand Rapids, 
Michigan. 



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75S. GRANT D. COOK. 

Present address, Eagle River, Wisconsin. 

Born at Binghamton, Wisconsin, January 17, 1872. 

Educated, graduated Milwaukee Normal 1900; Lawrence 1908-1909. 
Degree, Ph. B. from Lawrence. 

Taught in the common schools for several years, graded and high 
schools 1901-1905. 

Superintendent of Schools in Vilas County. Wisconsin, since 1905. 

Married at Eagle River, Wisconsin, August 30, 1899, to Emma Louise 
Morgan. 

750. EBE\ DOUGLAS CORXELISON. 

Present address, 58 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California. 

Born at Trim Belle, Wisconsin, June 25, 1886. 

Educated, Shell Lake high school; Lawrence College 1904-1909. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered the paper business in 1909 at Salt Lake City. Utah; 1910, in 
the Sales department, paper jobber at St. Paul, Minnesota; in the Sales 
and Traffic department of the Inland Empire Paper Co., Spokane, Wash- 
ington; at present sales manager, Western Paper Co. 

Married at Glenwood City, Wisconsin, 1912 to Ella J. Cleveland, 
former Lawrence student. One child. Robert C, deceased. 
7«0. FRANCES (DACH) BLEECKER. (Deceased.) 

Died, October 12, 1914. 

Educated, high school, Viroqua, Wisconsin; Lawrence College 1905- 
1909. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught until married to Leslie Bleecker. 

Died of tuberculosis at Menasha, Wisconsin, October 12, 1914. 

701. ALTA JOSEPHINE DAY. 

Present address, 586 Homewood Avenue, Highland Park, Illinois. 

Born at Rubicon, Wisconsin, January 29, 1887. 

Educated at Oakfield high school; Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Began teaching, Rockland, Michigan, 1909; taught at Cumberland. 
Wisconsin, • 1911-1913; taught history at Grafton, North Dakota, high 
school. 

762. DOROTHY ETHEL DAY. 

Home address, New London, Wisconsin. 
No report. 

703. HARRIS EUGENE DREW. 

Present address, 457 Blackhawk Street, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Born at Omro, Wisconsin, September 28, 1S86. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1904-1909. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Spent some time as Boys' Secretary in Y. M. C. A. work; also pastor 
in M. E. churches. In 1914 entered newspaper work on Milwaukee Daily 
News. Has worked on Milwaukee Sentinal, Chicago Daily News, Wiscon- 
sin State Journal and is now news editor Janesville Gazette. 

Married at Milton, Wisconsin, January 1st, 1912, to Jennie L. Lee. 
One child, Donald Lee, 7 years. 



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7(54. RUTH (GRAY) GUNDERSON. 

Present address, 412 Rusk Avenue, Sparta, Wisconsin. 

Born at Lamartine, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Fond du Lac high school; Grafton Hall; Lawrence Col- 
lege 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Assistant principal at Hammond, Wisconsin, later teacher of English, 
Prairie du Chien. 

Married, August 21, 1913, at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to Nicholas 
Gunderson. One child: Robert, 6 years. 

7Go. NINA (HALL) MORISON. 

Present address, 5810 Harper Avenue. Chicago. 
Graduated, from Lawrence, Class of 1909. 
No report. 

706. EMIL A. HIXDERMAX. 

Present address, Prescott, Washington. 

Born at Alsace, Germany, 1885. 

Educated, Marinette, Wisconsin; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught athletics and science in high school at Antigo, Wisconsin; 
later at Pullman, Washington, high school; later athletic director at 
Spokane high school and now superintendent of schools at Prescott, 
Washington. 

Member University Club; Spokane Athletic Club. 

Member of Co. G 2nd Inf., Appleton, Wisconsin, four years. 

Married at Cour d'Alene, Idaho, August 14, 1914, to Ilarriettc Fish. 
Children: Karl and Billie. 

7(57. DAISY (IXGOLD) MePHEETERS. 

Present address, 506 Alton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Oak Park, Illinois. February 22, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy, 1902-1905; Lawrence College, 1905-1909. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Member of Kappa Upsilon Society, and A. C. A. 

Assistant in the Latin Department, Lawrence College, 1916-1922. 

Married, June 17, 1922, to W. E. McPheeters, head of Department of 
Literature at Lawrence College. 

708. ARTHUR HARRY JENKS. (Deceased.) 

Born at Aztalan, Jefferson county, Wisconsin, April 21, 1881. 

Educated, Lake Mills high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Grad- 
uate work, Madison in the College of Agriculture. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. Took position at once as manager of the Jenks Creamery Co. 

Married at Osco, Illinois, November 29, 1913, to Ethel Murrish, a class- 
mate. See No. 774. 

70!). ROY KENNETH JOHNSTON. 

Present address, Randolph, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waldo, Wisconsin, November 22, 1881. 

Educated, Waldo high, school, Whitewater Normal; Lawrence Aca- 
demy 1904-1905; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. Taught science and history in Menasha high school; principal of 
the high school at Brandon, and now at Randolph. 

Married at Oshkosh, December 25, 1912, to Mabel C. Sawtelle. Chil- 
dren : Katheryn Hauer, 3 years. 



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770. HERMAN EARNEST KRANZ. 

Present address, 314 Center Street, Geneva, Illinois. 

Born at Minonk, Illinois, June 15, 1884. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1905-1909; completed electrical engineer- 
ing course, University of Wisconsin 1912-1914. Degrees, B. A. from 
Lawrence; B. S. University of Wisconsin. 

Instructor in electrical engineering, University of Wisconsin, 3 years; 
electrical development work, Milwaukee and Chicago since. President and 
general manager of the Eclipse Radio Co. 

Member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, secretary 
Lawrence Club at Madison. 

Married at Marion, Wisconsin, December 30, 1912, to Violet Cochran, 
former Lawrence student. One child: Gwendolyn, 7 years. 

771. CORA (LOMAS) NEWSCHWANDER. 

Present address, 3015 N. Warner Street, Tacoma, Washington. 

Born at Green Bay, Wisconsin, November 20, 1886. 

Educated, Green Bay high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909. Degree, 
B. A., from Lawrence. 

Taught for some time in high schools. 

Member Kappa Upsilon, Lawrence; St. Cecilia and Altura Clubs, 
Tacoma. 

Married at Green Bay, Wisconsin, June 21, 1910, to Wilford William 
Newschwandef. 

772. WILLIAM ROY MITCHELL. 

Present address, Bayfield, Wisconsin. 

Born at Argyle, Wisconsin, August 5, 1883. 

Educated at Argyle high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909; Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, summer of 1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught, Waupaca high school and principal at Minot, North Dakota. 
Instructor in Chemistry Manitowoc high school. Superintendent of Bayfield 
schools. Member A. F. and A. M. and O. E. S. Did work with the Wis- 
consin Geological Survey at Waupaca Lakes. 

Member of the "Star in the West" Lodge, No. 333, A. F. & R. M. of 
Minot, North Dakota. 

Married at Belmont, Wisconsin, August 8, 1912, to Ora May Clark, 
class of 1910. Children: Helen Margaret, 9 years; Janet Elizabeth, 4 years. 

773. GLENN EDGAR MOSS. 

Present address, 4429 Norlidge Place, Kansas City, Mo. 

Born at Hudson, Wisconsin, May 14, 1887. 

Educated Hudson high school; Lawrence 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Been with the American Sash & Door Co. of Kansas City. At present 
sales manager American Fixture Co. 

Member Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. 

Married, 1916 to Edna G. Randall of Kansas City, Mo. Children: 
Gladys Faye, 4 years. 

774. ETHEL (MURRISH) JENKS. 

Present address, Aaron Park, Florida, Box 206. 

Born at Corpus Christi, Texas, March 21, 1886. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. Taught in high schools of Wisconsin. 

Married at Osco, Illinois, December 29, 1913, to A. H. Jenks, class- 
mate. 



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775. LESLIE LEWIS NEWTON. 

Present address, 237 7th Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born at Poynette, Wisconsin, July 4, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, B. S. from Lawrence. 
Was engaged as secretary of Lawrence Conservatory of Music for a time. 
In 1909 was with the Waltham Piano Co. in Milwaukee, and later the 
Luther-Grinder Manufacturing Co. Manager Milwaukee Office Babson 
Statistical Organization. 

Member Masonic Blue Lodge, Kiwanis Club, Y. M. C. A. Boy's Work 
Committee. 

Married to Belle Farrington, class of 1910, at Portage, on June 23, 
1913. Children: Lyman Edmund, 7 years; Marjorie E., 2 years. 

776. WM. F. RADKE. 

Present address, 1141 34th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 22, 1886, at Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin: 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. Graduate work, University of Wisconsin, 1909-1910. 

Instructor in history, New London high school. For several years 
instructor in history and foot-ball coach in South Division high school, 
Milwaukee. Turned out 5 champion teams. 

Member Masonic order and Elks club. 

Married at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 23, 1914, to Norma Reuter, 
deceased. 



777. HELEN REILLY. 

Present address 6824 Greenfield Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
No report given. 

778. HERBERT ALLEN SAWYER. 

Present address, 206 Fourth Avenue, So.; Virginia, Minnesota. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin, August 4, 1884. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1905-1909; Yale University 1910-1913; 
Graduate work Drew Theological Seminary 1914. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence 1909; M. A. from Yale, 1912; B. D., Yale 1913. 

Minister M. E. church in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Minnesota. 
Motor camping trip through Europe. 

Member Alpha Sigma Phi, Lions Club. 

Contributor to Collier's National Weekly. Member of National fra- 
ternity, Alpha chapter, Yale University Alpha Sigma Epsilon. 

Married, August 3, 1916 to Lucy S. Voorhees of New Haven, Con- 
necticut. Children: Herbert A., 7 years and Doris M., 3 years. 

779. MARY (SAWYER) VAN KEUREN. 

Present address, 119 E. New York Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin, October 14, 1883. 

Educated at Waupun high school; Lawrence College, 1905-1909. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught for two years. 

Married, at Waupun, Wisconsin, June 21, 1911, to Frank R. Van 
Keuren, classmate. See No. 785. 



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780. AN\E M. SMITH. 

Present address, River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Born at River Falls, Wisconsin, 1887. 

Educated, at River Falls high school; Lawrence College 1905-1909; 
Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy 1916; Columbia University 1921. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher at Algoma, Wisconsin; Independence, Iowa, and River Falls, 
Wisconsin. Traveled in Europe summer of 1910, and in Italy, Switzerland 
and Germany, summer of 1914. War service Camp Custer 1917 and 1918. 
Taught and done recreational work. Now director Department of Physical 
Education for women. William and Mary's College. 

781. WILLARD MALLALIEN SMITH. 

Last address, 69 Perkins Hall, Cambridge 38, Massachusetts. 
Born at Glidden, Iowa, March 23, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1905-1909; graduate work, summers, in 
ihe University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught in high schools in Wisconsin and Illinois. 
No recent report. 

782. MOLLIE ROBERTA (SOULES) ROOD. 

Present address, Richmond Beach, Washington. 

Born at Gibbon, Nebraska, April 18, 1885. 

Graduated at Waupaca high school; Lawrence College 1904-19OM. B. 
A. from Lawrence. 

High school teacher in Wisconsin and South Dakota. 

Married, January 20, 1917, to Charles F. Rood of Andover, South 
Dakota. Children: Alfred E., 2 years. 

783. NATHALIE BEN (SOUTHER) EATON. 

Present address, 1616 W. Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1905-1909; graduate work at Lawrence 
1909-1910; University of Chicago 1911-1913. Degrees, B. A. from Law- 
rence; M. A. from Lawrence. 

Analist for Oscar Riddle, Carnegie Foundation, 1912-1913. Teacher 
of chemistry, Menomonie high school, 1913-1914; instructor in chemistry, 
Lawrence College 1914; chemist for the Washburn-Crosby Co.; Listman 
Flour Mills. Chicago Department of Health. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, July 28, 1917, to George S. Eaton. 

784. HAZEL (TOUTON) SHAMBEAU. 

Present address, Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

Born at Edgerton, Wisconsin, September 7, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1904-1905 and 1906-1909. Degree, B. 
A. from Lawrence. 

Taught mathematics in Waupaca high school, and in Lynden, Wash- 
ington. 

Member Kappa Delta Phi sorority of Lawrence. 

Married, to S. D. Shambeau, at Lynden, Washington, May 25, 1912. 
Children: David Alan, 8 years; Barbara, 2 years. 



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785. FRANK R. VAN KEUREN. 

Present address, 119 E. New York Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, December 25, 1882. 

Educated, Oshkosh high school; Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, 
B. A. 

Began business at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1911, in insurance and real 
estate. 

Married, Mary Olive Sawyer. See No. 779. 

786. JULIA (WATERS) BARRETT. 

Present address, E. 206 Montensta Apartment, Overbrook, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, May 31, 1887. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught in Park Falls high school and La Crosse public school. 

Member of Sunbeam League, a charitable organization for poor chil- 
dren. 

Married, May 24, 1911, to Ross Martin Barrett, classmate. See No. 746. 

T87. UNA (WILLIAMS) HINDES. 

Present address, 125 Buchanan Street, Mosinee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Aberdeen, South Dakota, May 2, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1905-1909. Degree, B. A. 

Taught Belleville high schools 1910-1911; No. Fond du Lac, 1911-1914. 

Married at Necedah, Wisconsin, June 24, 1914, to Mr. E. L. Hindes. 

788. RUTH WILSON. 

Present address, c/o Green Gables Sanitarium, Lincoln, Nebraska. 
Born at Almond, Wisconsin, October G, 1885. 

Educated at Union Grove high school; Lawrence College, 1904-1909. 
Degree, B. A. 
No report. 

78i). ETHEL (WOOD) GORMAN. 

Present address, Sixth Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 
No report. 



LIV. CLASS OF 1910. 



790. ALBERT ACHER. 

Present address, Downing, Wisconsin. 
No report. 

791. WILLIAM BALDAUF. 

Present address, Fourth Street, River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Born at Weyauwega, Wisconsin, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin Extension De- 
partment; Chicago University, summer 1922. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught physics and chemistry, Stevens Point high school and Wiscon- 



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sin Rapids high school; principal Wisconsin Rapids 1917-1920; contractor 
1920-1922. Professor Mathematics and Science, River Falls Normal School 
1922. 

Married at Waupaca, Wisconsin, June 20, 1912, to Hazel Chady. Chil- 
dren, Margaret and Mary Jane, born 1917. 

792. LILLIAN BECKER. 

Present address, 1023 Columbia Street, Seattle, Washington. 

Born at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1906-1910. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught English some time at Boscobel high school. Principal of the 
Central School at Little Falls, Minnesota, 1914. 

No late report. 

793. VERA BLEECKER. (Deceased.) 

Died, July 1, 1915. 

Born at Waterloo, Wisconsin, October 18, 1884. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1906-1910. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught English at Columbus, Wisconsin, and later at Oak Park, Illinois, 
high school. Traveled through England and Scotland in 1914. 

Died, July 1st, 1915, of typhoid fever. 

7JM. BENJAMIN H. BOLAND. 

Present address, Port Edwards, Wisconsin. 

Born at Askeaton, Wisconsin, April 11, 1887. 

Educated, Waldo high school; Lawrence College; Bushey's Business 
College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Since 1911 has been doing work 
in the Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co. at Port Edwards, Wisconsin, Account- 
ing Department. 

Married, August 31, 1916, to Flora E. Guehns of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 

79.'. ORA (CLARK) MITCHELL. 

Present address, Bayfield, Wisconsin. 

Born at Belmont, Wisconsin, November 29, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1906-1910. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Member O. E. S.; Bayfield Civic League. 

Taught English in the Sharon high school and later at Lake Mills, Wis- 
consin. 

Married, August 8, 1912, to William Roy Mitchell, class of 1909. Chil- 
dren: Helen Margaret, 8 years; Janet, 4 years. 

7»0. VERA (CLARK) MOODIE. 

Present address, Salmon, Idaho. 

Born at Hayward, Wisconsin, April 8, 1885. 

Educated, Augusta high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught in Ontario high school two years; assistant in Salmon high 
school, 1912-1913. 

Married at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, August 30, 1913, to Joseph Moodie 
of Salmon, Idaho. Children: Robert Clark, James Emerson. 



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7i*7. ERNEST R. COLBY. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1918. 

Educated at Thorp high school; Lawrence College, 1906-1910. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

After graduation was associated with his father in the orange business 
at Ocala, Florida. 

7US. MABEL. FRANCES (DE WITT) MAXWELL. 

Present address, 1923 Feronia Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 28, 1887. 

Educated, Fond du Lac high school, Grafton Hall, Lawrence College. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin and Ohio. 

Married, June 10, 1916 to R. H. Maxwell of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 
Children: Frances E., 4 years; Margaret L., 5 months. 

7!>9. HARVEY STEWART DRAKE. 

Present address, 719 Hi Mount Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Juneau, Wisconsin, November 30, 1886. 

Educated at Juneau high school; Lawrence College; University of Wis- 
consin. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from University of Wis- 
consin. 

Taught since at Waupaca and high school at Ironwood, Michigan; for 
past six years teaching in Washington High school, Milwaukee, except 
one and one-half years, when principal Milwaukee Motor School. 

32nd degree Mason. 

Married, 1917 to Grace Edwards of Appleton, Wisconsin. 

SOO. BESSIE HARRIETT (DUNNING) ZIEMANN. 

Present address, 30 Ouden Avyama, Rokuchome, Tokyo, Japan. 

Born at Oraro, Wisconsin, 1887. 

Father, a soldier in Civil War. 

Educated, at Omro high school; Lawrence College, 1905-1910; took 
a summer course in the Y. W. C. A. National Training School, New 
York City. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught English in high school at Stevens Point for four years, then 
accepted the call of General Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. of the Illinois 
State Normal University at Normal, Illinois. 

Married Percy W. Ziemann. At present in missionary work in Japan. 

801. JOHN LESTER ELLIOTT. 

Present address, unknown. 

Born at Genoa, Wisconsin, May 9th, 1887. 

Educated at Kilbourn high school; Lawrence College; Summer School 



.science 



at Montana University. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Principal of the high school and teacher of mathematics and 
at Chinook, Montana. 

No recent report. 

SOI'. BELLE (FARRINGTON) NEWTON. 

Present address, 237 7th Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 
Born at Portage, Wisconsin, September 27, 1888. 

Educated at high school, Portage, Wisconsin; Lawrence College, 1900- 
1910. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. , 

Taught in high school at Milton, Wisconsin. 

Member of Delta Gamma sorority; Twentieth Century Club, Woman's 

Married at Portage, Wisconsin, June 28, 1913, to Leslie L. Newton, 
class of 1909. Children: Lyman Edmund, 7 years; Marjorie E., 2 years. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 403 



803. ADDIE MYERS FAVILL. (Deceased. ) 

Died, December 24, 191S. 

Born at Lake Mills, Wisconsin. March, 18S3. 

Educated at Lake Mills high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

504. HALLIE (GILLISPIE) TIERXEY. 

Present address, Chiekaloon, Alaska. 

Born at Kilbourn, Wisconsin, January 15, 1S90. 

Educated at Kilbourn high school; Lawrence College. One semester 
graduate work at University of California. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught at the Palmyra high school, Cedarville, California, 1911 to present 
time. 

Married to George M. Tierney. 

505. HAZEL IRENE HAXKIXSOX. 

Present address, 714 Conklin Place, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at Brooklyn, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Evansville, Wisconsin, high school; Lawrence College. 
Degree, B. A. fram Lawrence. Taught Latin and history in Shawano 
high school for a time. Spent the year 1913 in Alaska and in the western 
part of the United States. 

No recent report. 

800. ROSE EDNA HARGRAVE. 

Present address, 617 Frederick Avenue. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1904-1910. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. M. A. University of Wisconsin, 1916. 

Since 1910 taught English in the Merrill high school, Hibbing, Minne- 
sota, and at present Riverside high school, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

SOT. ETHEL (HARRIS) MOTT. 

Present address, 303 Clark Street, Xeenah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Delton, Wisconsin. June 12, 1886. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 19HG-1910; University of Wisconsin, 
summers 1911 and 1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught mathematics since graduation in the New London and Neenafa 
high shcools. 

Member of A. C. A. 

Married, July 9, 1918, to Mayhew Mott of Xeenah, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Jean Ethel, 1 year. 

SOS. CLARABELL (BLASTINGS) OLK. 

Present address, Clintonville, Wisconsin. 
Born at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, December 23, 1887. 
Graduated at Fond du Lac high school; Milwaukee-Downer, 1906-190S; 
Lawrence College 1908-1910. Degree. B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in Iowa and later in high schools in Wisconsin and Michigan. 

Member Kappa Upsilon sorority. 

Married, Harold V. Oik of Clintonville. Children: Harold, 4 months. 



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809. DELTON THOMAS HOWARD. 

Present address, 1901 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born at South Bend, Indiana, March 23, 1883. 

Educated, high school at Appleton, Wisconsin; Lake Forest College; 
Lawrence College; Fellow in Philosophy, University of Illinois, 1910- 
1912; Fellow in Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, 1913-1914, Fellow 
in Philosophy, Cornell University, 1914-1916. Degrees, A. B. Lawrence; 

A. M. University of Illinois; Ph. D. Cornell University. 

At present assistant professor of Psychology at Northwestern Univer- 
sity. 

Married, 1916, to Gertrude Baker. 

810. GLADYS L. (JOHNSON) JOHNSON. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 
Born at La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1888. 
Educated at Wausau high school; Lawrence College 1906-1910. Degree, 

B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught English in high schools in Wisconsin and Michigan. 
Married, Grant L. Johnson. 
No recent report. 

811. LTJCV CONSTANCE (JOHNSON) SCHNEIDER. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence , Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Since graduation taught eight years in high schools. Attended N. T. 
S. New York City with work at Columbia University, Secretary Harlem 
branch Y. W. C. A., New York 1918-1919. Since then Recreational Direc- 
tor, Woman's Club, Appleton. 

Married September 30, 1922, to Frank Schneider. 

812. CARROLL DEWITT KING. 

Present address, 616 Mulberry Street, Rockford, Illinois. 

Born at Redwood Falls, Minnesota, March 26, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1906-1910. Took commercial work 
in the Nichols Expert School, and one" semester at University of Wisconsin- 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Northfield, Minnesota; Rockford, Illinois, high school, and 
'Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and in Colorado and Idaho City. Manager in 
Dayton, Ohio, and Evanston and Winnetka, Illinois. Auditor for govern- 
ment at Camp Grant, Second Training Camp at Fort Sheridan. In France 
for a period. Chamber of Commerce organizer. Secretary Dixon, Illinois, 
Chamber of Commerce. Now with Ginn and Co., Publishers. 

813. GRACE A. KING. 

Present address, 3901 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, November, 1888. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College, 1906-1910. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught German and Latin at Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, then went into 
the Suffrage work. Lectured and organized in Wisconsin during the year 
1912-1913. 

At present, department manager Frontier Press Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 



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514. LAURA ANNA (KURSCHNER) CAVANAVGH. 

Present address, 618 Washington Avenue. Wenatchee, Washington. 
Born at Prairie Farm, Wisconsin, November 2, 1885. 
Educated, Lawrence College 1906-1910. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Member of the College Girls' Auxiliary and the A. C. A., Oshkosh 
Branch. 

No late report. 

813. ALICE T. LEITSKER. 

Present address, 2424 21st Avenue, San Francisco, California. 

Born at Antigo, Wisconsin, August 28, 1886. 

Graduated, State Normal School, Oshkosh, and Lawrence College. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Has taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. Became head of 
the Teachers' Training department of the West Green Bay high school 
1913; engaged in the work of training teachers for country schools and 
Omafal Kewaunee Training School. Since 1920 at State Teacher's Col- 
lege, San Francisco, an institution which is a pioneer in the Individual 
System of Instruction. 

S16. HOWARD THOMPSON LEWIS. 

Present address, University of Washington, Seattle. 

Born at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 15, 1888. 

Educated, State Normal School, Oshkosh, and Lawrence College, 
1908-1910; University of Wisconsin, 1910-1912. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence; M. A., University of Wisconsin. 

Taught for a time in the public schools of Wisconsin; Professor of 
Economics and Sociology at the State Normal School, Emporia. Kansas; 
Professor of Sociology and Economics. Hiram College. 1912-1914; 
ciate professor of Political Science, University of Idaho; Professor of 
Economics, University of Washington. 

Mr. Lewis has published various articles on Political and Educational 
subjects in the Educational Review, Popular Science Monthly, American, 
Open Court Monthly, Mediator and Reform Advocate. 

Member of the American Sociological Society; American Economic 
Association; American Political Science Association; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Delta Sigma Rho; Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Tau. Sigma Tau Nu. 

Married, August, 1910, at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to Elise M. Stroud, 
classmate. 

817. ROLAND OSBORIi MARSH. 

Present address, 38 Sixth Avenue. La Grange, Illinois. 
Born at Two Rivers, Wisconsin, June 7, 1888. 
Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught at Tomah, Watertown and Wauwatosa and in the Milwaukee 
School of Engineering. 

Married, June 17, 1914, to Miss Julia O. Harvey, of Chicago, Illinois. 

515. ELLA (MELONEY) KOEFOD. 

Present address, 3439 Tenth Avenue, Minneapolis So., Minnesota. 

Born at Bloomer, Wisconsin. February 25, 1888. 

Educated at Stevens Point Normal; Lawrence College. Degree. B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught two years at Spooner, Minnesota; elected member of Board of 
Education of Spooner, Minnesota, in 1914, and later appointed clerk of 
the same. 

Married, in 1912, to Ferdinand Walter Koefod. Children: Constance 
Pernelle, sy 2 years. 



406 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 

Sl». HARLEY NEHF. (Deceased.) 

Died, June 25, 1917. 

Born at Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, July 14, 1889. 

Educated, Northwestern College; Lawrence College, 1908-1910; grad- 
uate work in Economics, Political Science, Harvard University, University 
of Wisconsin Summer School, 1911. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools of Wisconsin. With Internatonal Paper 
Co. 

S20. ANNA (PARRY) MADDOCK. 

Present address, 416 Exchange Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Born at New York City, December 31, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught for a time in the Milton Junction high school. 

Member of Theta Gamma Delta sorority. 

Married, June 8, 1911, to Horace George Maddock. 

821. JESSIE (OWEN) TERRY. 

Present address, 4519 Sixth Avenue, N. E., Seattle, Washington. 

Born, 1888. 

Educated at Milton Junction high school; Lawrence College 1906-1910; 
Wisconsin University summer school, 1911. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools of Wisconsin and Washington; recrea- 
tional leader for women in war industries, Bloomfield, N. J.; director of 
War Service Center, Y. W. C. A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Member of Women's University Club. Seattle, Washington. 

Married, December 20, 1921, to Paul W. Terry, professor in University 
of Washington. 

822. JEAN ROSAMOND PATERSON. 

Present address, 487 Pacific Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Cambridge, Wisconsin, January 12. 1887, 

Kducated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools in Nasal, Washington; Black Earth, Wiscon- 
sin; Clear Water, Minnesota; was proof-reader for Banta Pub. Co., Mena- 
sha, Wisconsin. 

823. OLIVE RICHARDS PECK. 

Present address, Joliet, Illinois. 

Born at Mauston, Wisconsin, February, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. 1906-1910; graduate work at Columbia 
University Teachers' College, 1910-1911. Degrees, B. A. and M. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught English in Stoughton, Wisconsin, high school; 1914, attended 
Y. W. C. A. Association Training School at Detroit, Michigan. Been Y. 
W. C. A. secretary in various cities. 

H'24. IDA (PERRY) GORDON. 

Present address, 174 Belair Place, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Evanston, Illinois, December 6, 1887. 

Educated, West side high school, Milwaukee; Lawrence College 1906- 
1910. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught one year at Galesville, Wisconsin. 

Married at Milwaukee, November 12, 1913, to Dr. John Simpson 
Gordon, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist. 



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825. ELSIE (PLAXTZ) REM LEY. 

Present address, 621 Washington Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Detroit, Michigan, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College; one semester at 
Columbia University; graduate work at Lawrence. Degrees, B. A. and 
M. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Oconto high school, and was assistant librarian at Law- 
rence College. 

Member of Alpha Delta Pi sororitv, Phi Beta Kappa fraternity, 

A. A. U. W. Appleton Woman's Club, Wednesday Club, P. E. O. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 4, 1914, to Adam C. Remley. 
Children: Arthur Plantz, 5 years and Daniel Goodwin, 3 months. 

S2«. LUTHER J. POLLARD. 

Present address, 12 Park Street, Orono, Maine. 

Born at Hobart, Indiana, July 19th, 1881. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College; University of 
Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A., University of Wisconsin. 

Principal of schools at Williams Bay and Marengo, Illinois; five years 
professor of Education and Philosophy, Lombard College. Since 1920 
head of the Department of Education, University of Maine. 

Member Kiwanis Club, Twentieth Century Club, Bangor, Me. 

Married at Kaukauna, Wisconsin, August 31, 1910, to Jessie O. 
Lambie. Children: Evelyn Aria, 11 years. 

827. FREDERICK WILLIAM POPPE. 

Present address, 887 Jefferson Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, February 18, 1888. 

Educated at Appleton high school; Lawrence College; University of 
Minnesota. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from University of 
Minnesota, 1911. 

Instructor and graduate student in the department of chemistry at 
the University of Minnesota. Assistant in Chemistry at Lawrence Col- 
lege, chemist with Kimberly and Clark Co. 

Member Sigma Xi, also of the honorary chemical fraternity, Phi 
Lambda Upsilon. 

K2S. ELYA (SAWYER) RICHARDS. 

Present address, Tungchangfu, Shantung, China. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin, October 4, 1885. 

Educated at Waupun high school; Lawrence College 1905-1910. Degree. 

B. A. from Lawrence. 

Professor of Latin in the Central Holiness University, University 
Park. Iowa. 

829. REATRICE (SCHUMAKER) EK. 

Present address, Tomahawk. Wisconsin. 

Born at Chilton, Wisconsin, September 20th, 18S9. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B \ 
from Lawrence. 

Taught Latin in the Neenah high school. 

Married. August 29, 1912, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Frederick Ek, 
class of 1911. 



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830. BESSIE (SMITH) BELLER. 

Present address, Ebert Apartment, Livingston, Montana. 
Born at Antigo, Wisconsin, October 8, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1906-1910. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught in various high schools in Wisconsin. 

In library work at Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Married, July 14, 1920, to F. C. Beller of Billings, Montana. 

831. ELSIE M. SMITHIES. 

Present address, 5620 Kenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Philadelphia, January 18, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Since graduation taught Latin in Stevens Point high school and 
Wausau high school and in the training school department in the University 
of Minnesota. Is now Dean of Girls in the Chicago University High 
School and instructor in the College of Education. Councilor in girls' 
camps in Virginia and Wisconsin for six years. 

Member of Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa. 

832. ELISE (STROUD) LEWIS. 

Present address, Seattle, Washington. 

Born at Merrill, Wisconsin, April 23, 1888. 

Graduated, Lawrence College; one-half year's work at the University 
of Wisconsin. 

Married, August 24, 1910, to Howard T. Lewis, classmate. See No. 
816. 

S33. LUCRETIA E. (VAN ZANDT) JEFFERS. 

Present address, West Salem, Wisconsin. 

Born at West Salem, Wisconsin. 

Educated, West Salem high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Since graduation has taught in the Marshfield and Appleton high 
schools. Traveled in Europe in 1914. 

Married D. E. Dean Jeffers, a former Lawrence student. 

834. RICHARD JERIEL WHITE. 

Present address, 584 Franklin Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Princeton, Illinois, May 5, 1889. 

Educated, Rockford high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught mathematics at Longmont and Boulder, Colorado. Was also 
football coach. Since 1913 has been in the employ of the Mutual Liability 
Insurance Co. with headquarters at Appleton. 

Married, August, 1915, to Pauline Gillespie, class of 1914. 

835. ALICE (WINKIE) THEIL. 

Present address, 811 Cass Street, Portage, Wisconsin. 

Born at Portage, Wisconsin, July 15, 1887. 

Educated, Portage high school; Lawrence College 1906-1910. Degree, 
B. A. 

Member Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Traveled in Europe during summer 
of 3 910. 

Married at Portage, Wisconsin, May 15, 1913, to Dr. L. A. Theil. 



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836. JAY CARLTON YOUMANS. 

Present address, 818 Adams Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Fremont, Wisconsin, December 23, 1887. 

Educated, Oshkosh high school; Lawrence College. Spent one semester 
in special work in Economics at University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. Taught at Three Lakes, Wisconsin. 

Since 1911 has been in the employ of the Mutual Liability Insurance 
Co. at Wausau as chief engineer in charge of accident prevention. In this 
capacity devised the first compensation schedule rating plan used in the 
United States. 

Member several state and national safety standards committees. 

837. ORLANDO JEWELL. 

Present address, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 
No report. 



LV. CLASS OF 1911. 

838. FLOSSIE (ALDERSON) HOWELL. 

Present address, Fennimore, Wisconsin. 
No report. 

839. CAROLYN BIEDERMAN. 

Present address, 304 Albion Street, Edgerton, Wisconsin. 
Born at Edgerton, Wisconsin, September 5, 1890. 

Educated at Edgerton high scghool; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Taught in Edgerton and Wautoma high schools; 1913 took a trip to 
Yellowstone Park. 

S40. HARRIE LYELL BLEECKER. 

Present address, Hart, Michigan. 

Born at Waterloo, Wisconsin, September 27, 1S88. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1907-1911. Degree, B. A. 

Taught in Antigo, Wisconsin, and Two Harbors, Minnesota. At 
present Superintendent of Schools at Hart, Michigan. 

Favorite recreation is football. 

Married, October 10, 1914, to Myrtle Connors of Stillwater, Minnesota. 
Children: Vera E„ 7; Barbara A., 6; Jean I., 4; Harrie L. ; 3; May M., 1. 

841. HAZEL (CASS) ROSEBUSH. 

Present address, 653 Washington Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born at Viroqua, Wisconsin, August 18, 1887. 
Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught in high school at Marinette for three years. 
Member of Kappa Upsilon sorority. Appleton's Woman's Club. 
Married at Viroqua, Wisconsin, July 15, .1914, to Stephen Carl Rose- 
bush. 



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842. MAURICE AMER CLARE. 

Present address, Thongwa, India. 

Born at Niobrara, Nebraska, June 19, 1885. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy, Lawrence College; Boston University 
School of Theology. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; S. T. B., Boston Uni- 
versity. 

Been engaged in Boys' Work, Director at North Street Service 
Bureau, Boston; Principal of the Vassar Daily Vacation Bible School, 1914. 
Missionary in Burmah of M. E. church. 

843. FREDERICK EK. 

Present address, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 

Born at Mazeppa, Minnesota, January 12, 1885. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Spent two summers at University of 
Chicago. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in Neenah, Superior, Sheboygan and Brillion. Now superin- 
tendent of schools at Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 

Was wounded while in Y. M. C. A. service at Verdun. 

Member of Beta Sigma Phi; member of Masonic order. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 29, 1912, to Beatrice Elizabeth 
Schumaker, class of 1910. Children: Twins, Karl Lawrence and Winifred 
Nellie. 

844. HENRY RAYMOND FADNER. 

Present address, 133 Woodland Avenue, Laurium, Michigan. 

Born at Chilton Wisconsin, September 17, 1886. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught at Galesville, Dorchester and at present is principal of high 
school at Humbird. 

Member of F. & A. M. 

845. FRANK McDONALD FOOTE. 

Present address, unknown. 

Born at Racine, Wisconsin, March 21, 1889. 

Educated, at Lawrence College, 1907-1911; summer school, Platteville 
Normal, 1909; Battle Creek summer school of Physical Education, 1911; 
Summer School, University of Wisconsin, 1912-1913; University of Wis- 
consin Graduate School, 1913-1914. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Agricultural agent for Raleigh County, West Virginia, under the super- 
vision of U. S. Department of Agriculture. 

S4fi. OLGA (GRANE) MONROE. 

Present address, 10 Summer Street, Southbridge, Massachusetts. 

Born at Stoughton, Wisconsin, June G, 1890. 

Educated at Stoughton high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Taught in Wisconsin Rapids high school. 

Member Harvard Dames, Southbridge Woman's Club, Country Club, 
Eastern Star. 

Married, August 31, 1916 to Noel G. Munroe of Spooner, Wisconsin. 
Children: Elizabeth Jean, 8 months. 



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847. ADA ALMA HAHW 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Jefferson, Wisconsin, March 29, 1885. 

Educated, Whitewater State Normal School; Lawrence College. De- 
gree, B. A. from Lawrence. The summers University of Wisconsin. 

Has taught since graduation in the Appleton high school. Traveled in 
Europe. 

Member P. E. A. Is president of the Business and Professional 
Woman's Club of Appleton. Secretary-Treasurer A. A. U. W. 

848. ALYS (HARDACKER) GUILD. 

Present address, Rock Springs, Wyoming, Box 954. 

Born at Hortonville, Wisconsin, 1887. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College. Degree. B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools of Brandon, Merrill, Eau Claire, Wisconsin and 
Rock Springs, Wyoming. 

Married, September 6, 1921 to F. P. Guild of Rock Springs, Wyoming. 

S41>. ROIGET DE LISLE JEXKIXS. 

Present address, 676 Riverside Drive, Apartment 6B, New York City. 

Born at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, January 23. 1891. 

Educated at Chippewa Falls high school; University of Wisconsin; 
I'niversity of Montana; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence, 
L. B. University of Montana. 

At present attorney and counsellor in Public Relations. 

Married, May 22, 1920, to Patricia Abernethy of Chicago, Illinois. 
Children: John Rouget, 1 year. 

850. JOH\ PETER JOCKI\SEX. 

Present address, Corner Penn. Ave. and Eureka Streets, Lansing, 
Michigan. 

Born at Woodville. Wisconsin. January IT.. 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Columbia University; Union Theological 
Seminary; Chicago University, summer school. Degrees. B. A. from Law 
rence; M. A., Columbia University. Diploma from Union Theological 
Seminary. 

In July, 1914, entered the ministry in the Lidgerwood Congregational 
church, Spokane, Washington; preached in Hilboro, North Dakota, at pres- 
ent pastor Lansing, Michigan. Chaplain U. S. army at Camp Dodge, Iowa, 
SSth division and 3rd division in France and Germany. 

Member Rotary Club. 

Married, July 25, 1921, to Adva Longcor, of Lansing, Michigan. 

851. GEORGE KARNOPP. 

Present address, 1ST Kingston Avenue, Portland, Oregon. 

Rorn at Almond, Wisconsin. 18S9. 

Educated at Almond high school; Lawrence College; B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught in Tomah, Wisconsin, and Two Harbors, Minnesota high 
schools. At present instructor of debate and public speaking in Jefferson 
high school at Portland, Oregon. 

Member of Beta Sigma Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha. 



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S52. BESSIE (KELLAR) PETERSON. 

Present address, 620 South Church Street, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. 

Born at Edgerton, Wisconsin, December 4, 1888. 

Educated, Whitewater Normal; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught in Soldiers' Grove high school. 

Member Woman's League of Voters. Twentieth Century Club. 

Married, at Edgerton, Wisconsin, January 1, 1914, to Alvin B. Peter- 
son. Children: Alvin A., 6 years; Rodney K., 4 years; Elizabeth Ann, 2 
years. 

853. CONRAD ERVIN KRANZ. 

Present address, Y. M. C. A., St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Born, at Dixon, Illinois, November 5, 1885. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Boys' Secretary, Y. M. C. A., Ishpeming, Michigan. At present Boys' 
Secretary, Y. M. C. A., St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Member of Masonic order. 

Married, at Ishpeming, Michigan, August 19, 1914, to Clerissie 
Trebilcock. Children: Frederick James, 5 years. 



854. FREDERICK WILLIAM KRANZ. 

Present address, Geneva, Illinois. 

Born at Dixon, Illinois, September 26, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin 1912-1913; Uni- 
versity of Chicago. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. University of 
Wisconsin; Ph. D. University of Chicago. 

Taught physics and mathematics at River Falls high school since 1913. 
Has been in Research Department of the Western Electric Co., New York- 
City; engaged in Scientific Investigations in connection with development 
of telephone apparatus. Research Physicist, Riverbank Laboratory. 

Married, February 16, 1917 to Grace Sutcliffe of Endeavor, Wisconsin. 
Children: Jean E., 4 years. 

855. GLADYS (KRENTZ) PLANK. 

Present address, c/o N. W. School Supply Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Born at Westfield, Wisconsin, June 13, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College; summer work at the University of Wis- 
consin and work with private tutors at Ripon College. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools at Houston, Minnesota, and Jamestown, North 
Dakota. 

Member of Woman's Club; Philosophical Club; treasurer of Suffrage 
Club; Wocada Club; Teachers' Club; Tricolor Club. 

Married at Doland, South Dakota, June 5, 1913, to Clarence Plank, 
class of 1912. 

856. WENDELL F. LUDWIG KUMLIEN. 

Present address, 711 Seventh Avenue, Brookings, South Dakota. 

Born at Sumner, Wisconsin, May 17, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. University of Wisconsin, South Dakota 
Agricultural College. Degree, B. A. M. S. South Dakota Agricultural 
College. 

Entered mission field in India 1911; pastor in Naini Tal, India; 1912, 
principal Bishop Parker Memorial high school at Moradabad; 1915, Mis- 
sionary in charge of Moradabad circuit; principal 4th ward school, Apple- 



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ton; county agricultural agent; South Dakota State Leader of County 
Agricultural Agents. Now director of Extension Division State Agricul- 
tural College, South Dakota. 

Member of Beta Sigma Phi; The Mace; National Geographical society. 
Traveled in India and England. Visited the Pindari Glacier in Himalaya 
Mountains, in 1912; trip to Cashmere in 1913. 

Married at Belgaum, India, October 18, 1913, to Eva Theleen. Chil- 
dren: Mary Alice, 8; Margaret, 6; Ruth, 4; Carol, 6 months. 

857. WILFORD CARL LEWIS. 

Present address, 32 N. Bassett Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 
Teacher of Chemistry. 
No report. 

85S. ARTHUR WILLIAM LITTLE. 

Present address, 61 N. Parkside Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Brandon, Wisconsin, June 29, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1907-1912; University of Wisconsin 
1911-1912; Cornell University 1912-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; 
M. A. from Cornell University. 

Instructor in Latin and English, University School, Chicago; Western 
Military Academy; Aurora high school; Austin high school, Chicago. In 
U. S. Army, 317 Field Artillery, 81st Division. In France nine months 

Member Phi Beta Kappa and Chicago Classical Club'. 

Married, June 12, 1918, to Florence Ely of Chicago, Illinois. Children: 
Ely L. 2 years. 

859. EMMA (LOMAS) DANA. 

Present address, 422 Superior Street, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Born at Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1889. 

Educated at Green Bay West high school; Lawrence College. B. A. 
degree from Lawrence. 

Taught in the Waupaca high school for three years. 

Member Kappa Upsilon sorority and University Club. 

Married at Green Bay, Wisconsin, September 30, 1914, to Robert L. 
Dana. 

S«0. LESSIE MEDD. 

Present address, 704 Hague Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota. 
Born at Tomah, Wisconsin, February 4, 1889. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught history in the East side Green Bay high school. Since Sep- 
tember, 1913, agent for the Children's Home Finding Society of Wisconsin. 
No recent report. 

861. NETTIE (MELONEY) SCOVILLE. (Deceased.) 

Died, November, 1918. 

Born at Bloomer, Wisconsin, February 28, 1890. 

Educated at Bloomer high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Taught at Spooner, Minnesota. 

Married at Spooner, Minnesota, June 17, 1914, to Warren W. Scoville. 



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N<J1\ ROLAND NORTON MILLER. 

Home address, 754 N. Division Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 13, 1889. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College; instructor and 
graduate student for two years at University of Illinois. Degree, B. A., 
from Lawrence; M. S., University of Illinois. 

Chief chemist for United States Gypsum Co., Chicago, Illinois; chemist 
for Nekosa-Edwards Paper Co. Now in Forest Products Laboratory at 
Madison, Wisconsin. 

Member of The American Chemical Society, Chicago section; Garden 
City Lodge No. 141, A. F. & A. M.; Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. 

g«3. NOEL GATES MONROE. 

Present address, 10 Summer Street, Southbridge, Massachusetts. 

Born at Emerald, Wisconsin, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1907-1911; University of Wisconsin and 
Harvard Medical School. Degrees B. A. Lawrence; M. A. Wisconsin; 
M. D. Harvard Medical School. Industrial Physician for the American 
Optical Co. 

Member Country Club; Men's Club; Harvard Club. 

Taught science until 1913 in the Wausau high school. 

Assistant in Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin, 1914. 

Married, August 31, 1916, to Olga Grane of Stoughton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Elizabeth Jean, 6 months. 

8<>4. ELSIE MUELLER. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Educated Lawrence College. Degree B. A. 

Taught in high scohol at Cambridge, Wisconsin, 191H-1914; Nekoosa, 
Wisconsin, 1914-1915; 1915-1916 Appleton high school. 

S({.-». LELAH (McKINNEY) VAN SICKLE. 

Present address, Barron, Wisconsin. 

Born at Lancaster, Wisconsin, April 7, 1889. 

Educated at Barron high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught for a time in North Dakota. 

Member Eastern Star. 

Married at Barron, Wisconsin, August 12, 1913, to F. L. Van Sickle. 
Children: Frederick Edmund, 7 years; Norman, 6 years; Harris, 5 years; 
Stanley, 2 years. 

K«6. HARRIE WINN NEWTON. 

Present address, 612-620 Orleans Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Waupun, Wisconsin, October 16, 1888. 

Educated at Waupun high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

After graduation traveled in Montana. Entered the employ of the 
Luther-Grinder Mfg. Co. Now with a paper supply firm in Milwaukee. 



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8<»7. HAZEL (NICOL) WILLETT. 

Present address, 1117 Hammond Avenue, Superior, Wisconsin. 

Bern at Cataract, Wisconsin, February 5, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught for a time in the Westfield high school. 

Married at Sparta, Wisconsin, June 23, 1913, to Arthur Dan Willett, 
a classmate. Children: Arthur John 8; George Henry, 5; Donald, 3: 
William, 1. 

SfiS. FREDERICK G. \OGLE. 

Present address, 2808 Mallon Avenue, Spokane, Washington. 

Born at Mondovi, Wisconsin, January 10, 1886. 

Educated at Lawrence College, 1905-1911; studied at the University of 
Wisconsin one year. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered the ministry of the M. E. church and was forced to give it 
up, account of health. Life Insurance. Since 1917 teacher of history La 
Crosse, and Spokane. 

Married at Mondovi, Wisconsin, July 15, 1913, to Gladys Marguerite 
Wood. Deceased. Married, February, 1920, to Ruth A. Wood of Mon- 
dovi. Children: Roger, 7 and Gwendlyn, 5. 

S'T5!>. ALFRED G. OOSTERHOUS. 

Present address, 482 Minor Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Plymouth, Wisconsin, August 20, 1881. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Principal of high school at Grafton, at Pewaukee, Wisconsin, and for 
the past two years Supervising Principal, 1st District, Appleton. 

Member Masonic order. 

Married at Plymouth, Wisconsin, August 17, 1911, to Effie Hughes. 
Children: Lawrence, 9 years; Dorothy, 5 years; Marjorie, 4 months. 

870. ARNOLD CLARENCE OTTO 

Present address, 1413 First National Bank Building, Milwaukee, Wis- 
consin. 

Born at Forest Junction, Wisconsin, July 27th, 1887. 

Educated at Lawrence College; George Washington University Law 
Department; also graduate student of Political Science, George Washing- 
ton University. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; L.L. B., George Washing- 
ton University. While attending law school held positions in United States 
Census Bureau, Department of Agriculture, Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission, and during the session of the 63rd Congress served as Private 
Secretary to the Honorable M. K. Reilly, M. C, in Washington, D. C. 
Admitted to the bar in District of Columbia and State of Wisconsin. Be- 
gan practice of law in Milwaukee October, 1913. 

Member Wisconsin Legislature 1917 and 1919 and chairman Judiciary 
Committee. One of the organizers of Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee. 
Author of text-book on Civil Court of Milwaukee. 

Was commissioned Second Lieutenant by President Wm. H. Taft in 
the 1st Regiment of Infantry in the National Guards of the District of 
Columbia, July 30, 1912. 

Member of University Club of Milwaukee; Phi Sigma Kappa fra- 
ternity and member of its council and national inductor; City, Gyro and 
Golf Clubs. 



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87J. WARD A. OSTRANDER. 

Present address, 833 Main Street, W. La Fayette, Indiana. 

Born at Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, November 15, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin, department 
of Agriculture. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; M. S., University of Wis- 
consin. 

For a time was in charge of the firm of the Forest City Lumber Co., 
in Arkansas; later Field Agent in the Agricultural Extension department in 
South Dakota. 

Married at Randolph, Wisconsin, to Bernice Pendell, June 12th, 1915. 

872. (ji],7\DYS PARKER. 

Present address, Sea Pines School, Brewster, Massachusetts. 

Born at Fennimoie, Wisconsin, December 23, 1888. 

Educated at Fennimoie high school; Lawrence College 1907-1911; 
University of Chicago 1911-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher in high school at Dodgeville, Rice Lake, Appleton, Wiscon- 
sin. Now in high school at Brewster, Massachusetts. 

873. AMRAM CONKLIN PATTERSON. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, December 17, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College; two terms at the 
University of Pittsburg Engineering Department. 

Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Manager wholesale heating department of the J. H. Ashdown Hard- 
ware Co. of Winnipeg; Heating Engineer with Roberts Hamilton Co., 
Minneapolis, Minnesota; now treasurer of Wisconsin River Supply Co., 
Wausau. 

874. BERNICE (PENDELL) OSTRANDER. 

Present address, 833 Main Street, W. La Fayette, Indiana. 

Born at Randolph, Wisconsin, March 19, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College; studied Domestic Art at Stout Institute, 
Menomonie, Wisconsin, and also at the University of Wisconsin. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught Latin for two years in Platteville high school; also two years 
in Merrill high school. 

Married at Randolph, Wisconsin, June 12, 1915, to Ward A. Ostrander, 
a classmate. See No. 871. Children: Reed, 6 years; Max, 4 years; Jane, 
2 years; Ann, 4 months. 

875. JLDSON THOMAS PERKINS. 

Present address, Jagdalpur, Bartar State, India. 

Born at Annaton, Grant county, Wisconsin, December 4, 1885. 

Educated, at Boscobel high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Entered the West Wisconsin Conference in 1908; missionary to India 
July, 1911. Went to Raipur; in 1912 was put in charge of the Drug 
Circuit, which position he still occupies. 

Traveled extensively through India. Traveled about 5000 miles in 
India on bicycle. 

Married, at Jubbulpore, India, March 1, 1913, to Delia F. Scheible of 
New Ulm, Minnesota. 



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870. J. WESLEY PROPER. 

Present address, Delavan, Minnesota. 

Born at Ontario, Wisconsin, 1881. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College; Boston Univer- 
sity School of Theology. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; S. T. B. from 
Boston University. 

Entered North Dakota Conference in 1914. In charge of a church 
at Bathgate. For last few years has been teaching in high schools. Now 
superintendent of schools. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1908, to Myrtle A. Bowers. Children: 
Sarah Elizabeth. 

S77. GRACE 3IAE REYNOLDS. 

Present address, Y. W. C. A., Flint, Michigan. 

Born at Orfordville, Wisconsin, l v >9. 

Educated, at Janesville high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Since graduation has taught in various high schools in Wisconsin ami 
other states. 

S7S. DOROTHY (RICHARDSON) BUELL. 

Present address. 

Born at Menasha, Wisconsin. December 1, 1886. 

Studied two years at Milwaukee-Downer and three at Lawrence Col- 
lege. Degrees, B. A. and B. O. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of Expression and English at Appleton, Kaukauna and Mena- 
sha. Member of Alpha Delta Pi. Has been traveling inspector of the 
same fraternity. 

Married J. H. Buell. 

879. OSCAR ELMAR SCHAAL. 

Present address, Popejoy, Iowa. 

Born at Gillett, Wisconsin, November 8, 1>>4. 

Educated at Gillett high school; Lawrence College; one year Garrett 
Biblical Institute. Degrees, B. A. and M. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered the ministry of the M. E. church and is pastor at Blue 
Hill, Kansas. Now preaching in Iowa. 

Married to Ellen Copeland of Blue Hill, Kansas. Children: Lawrence 4. 

S80. ANDREW S. SCHNEIDER. 

Present address, 811 National Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, February 13, 1889. 

Graduation at Appleton high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Taught at Superior, Wisconsin, 1911-1917. U. S. Army 1917-1919. 
Since 1919 teaching in South Division high school, Milwaukee. 

881. ESTHER (SCHOEPHOESTER) REMINGTON. 

Present address, unknown. 

Born at Reedsburg, Wisconsin, April 22, 1889. 

Educated, Reedsburg high school and Lawrence College. B. A. degree, 
Lawrence. 

Since graduation taught in the Greenwood and Mauston high schools. 

Married. 

No recent report. 



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882. ETHELYN (SMITH) KOEHLER. 

Present address, 1819 Adams Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at Evansville, Wisconsin, 1888. 

Educated, Evansville high school; Lawrence College 1907-1911. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Lived one and a half years in Washington, D. C, then transferred to 
the Forest Products Laboratory at Madison, where her husband has charge 
of Wood Technology. 

Member of A. A. U. W. 

Married, October, 1912, at Evansville, Wisconsin, to Arthur Koehler^, a 
former Lawrence student. Children: Kathryn Marie, 8; Ruth, 3. 

883. STEPHANIE (SMITH) BAIRD. 

Present address, 316 S. Henry Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at River Falls, Wisconsin, in 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1907-1911. Degree, B. A. 

Taught in Stanley, Wisconsin, high school and at Madison high school. 
Traveled in Europe summer of 1914 and 1922. 

Married, June 8, 1918, to Edgar A. Baird of the Botany Department 
of the University of Wisconsin. 

884. LESTER J. STRANG. 

Present address, 6203 W. Spokane Avenue, Seattle, Washington. 

Born, October 13, 1885. 

Graduated, Janesville high school; Lawrence College 1907-1911. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Since graduation has been employed with the International Harvester 
Co., at Green Bay, Wisconsin and other concerns. 

885. JOHN STUHLFAUTH. 

Present address, 143 Sherman Avenue, Apt. 2, Columbus, Ohio. 

Born at Wausau, Wisconsin, October 6, 1889. 

Graduated, Wausau high school; Lawrence College 1907-1911. Degree, 
B. A., Lawrence. 

Has been with the Rose Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., at Rose Lake, Idaho. 
Was for a time in lumber business in Washington, D. C, At present 
with the W. M. Ritter Lbr. Co. 

No recent report. 

880. VERA (TAYLOR) WIRTH. 

Present address, Bayard, Nebraska. 

Born at Indianola, Iowa, March 25, 1889. 

Graduated, Lawrence College 1907-1911. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

From 1911 to 1913, did settlement work, Unity Settlement House at 
Minneapolis, Minnesota; entered the employ of Washburn-Crosby Co. 
May, 1913, and from 1913 taught in Stanley, Wisconsin, high school; 
Laurel, Montana, and for two years was instructor in English at the 
University of Montana. 

Married, 1917, to Clarence A. Wirth of Minneapolis, Minnesota, who 
is with the Great Western Sugar Co. 



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887. EVA (THELEEN) K1IMLIEN. 

Present address, 711 Seventh Avenue, Brookings, South Dakota. 

Born at Kenosha, Wisconsin, March 28, 1889. 

Graduated, Lawrence College 1911. Degree, B. A., Lawrence. 

Taught in River Falls high school 1911-1913. Went to the Mission 
Field in 1913, and now working in Bishop Parker Memorial high school, 
M. E. Mission, Moradahad, India. 

Member of Theta Gamma Delta sorority of which she was president. 
Visited in Sweden, summer of 1913, then traveled to India from Liverpool. 
Arrived in Bombay, India, October 15, 1913. Since 1916 has lived in 
Wisconsin and South Dakota. 

Married at Belgaum, India, October 18, 1913, to Wendell F. Kumlien. 
a classmate. Children: Mary, Margaret, Ruth and Carol. 

S88. ELIZABETH (THOMAS) CONANT. 

Present address, 222 Main Street, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born at Fox Lake, Wisconsin, August 9, 1886. 

Educated, Cedar Falls high school, Iowa State Normal at Cedar Falls, 
Iowa; Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College, 1911. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught in Wabeno, Wisconsin, high school, 1911-1913. 

Member Theta Gamma Delta sorority; Eastern Star; P. E. O. 

Married, November 27, 1913, to Harry Arlington Conant, a photo- 
grapher. 

889. JOSEPH EDMUND THOMPSON. 

Present address, unknown. 

Engaged for some years in teaching physics in Ashland high school 
and in Milwaukee. 
No report. 

890. FRANCES VAN PATTER. 

Present address, 128 E. Anderson Street, Rhinelander, Wisconsin. 
Born in Hubbard, Iowa, May 11, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College, graduated in 1911. Degree, B. A. 
Two summers at University of Wisconsin. 

Taught in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Is now traveling in the West. 

891. MAUD (VARNEY) HUFFMIRE. 

Present address, 2606 E. Neil Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming. 
Born at Greenwood, Wisconsin, November 21, 1884. 
Educated at Lawrence College, 1907-1911. Degree, B. A. 
Taught in Port Washington high school and at Cheyenne, Wyoming. 
Married, Chester D. Huffmire of Rutland, Vt. Children: Beatrice 
Ann, 4 months. 

892. RUTH ELIZABETH WAKEMAN. 

Present address, Cottage Grove, Wisconsin. 

Born at Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, July 22, 1890. 

Educated, Lake Mills high school; Lawrence College, 1907-1911. De- 
gree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Was chief proof-reader at Geo. Banta Publishing Co., Menasha, Wis- 
consin, from 1911 to 1914. Now doing editorial work with the Bureau of 
Standards. 

Member A. C. A.; Phi Mu sorority; business manager of Aglaia of 
Phi Mu 1912-1913. 



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893. STELLA CLARA WEAVER. 

Present address, Fargo, North Dakota. 

Born, June 19, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College and University of Chicago, summer work. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught history at Huron and Rapid City, South Dakota; Two Harbors, 
Minnesota and Fargo, North Dakota. 

894. EDNA WIEGAND. 

Present address, 134 So. Ninth Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Born at Shawano, Wisconsin, 1887. 

Educated, Shawano high school; Oshkosh Normal School; Lawrence 
College, entered as Junior in 1909, graduated 1911. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. Since graduation has been teaching Latin in Milton College 
and La Crosse high school. 

895. LOIS (WEST) WINN. 

Present address, 705 W. Oakland, Austin, Minnesota. 
Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Married to John A. Winn. Children: Margaret L., 4 years; Charles 
A., 4 months. 

896. ARTHUR DAN WILLETT. 

Present address, 1117 Hammond Avenue, Superior, Wisconsin. 

Born at Madison, Wisconsin, August 9, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1907-1911; Boston, Graduate School and 
Boston University School of Theology. Degrees, B. A. and M. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Entered the ministry of the M. E. church, 1913. Spent a year as 
chaplain of the 302d Cavalry of the 48th Field Artillery. 

Member of Y. M. C. A., Masonic Lodge and American Legion. 

Married at Sparta, Wisconsin, June 23, 1913, to Hazel K. Nichol. 
Children: Arthur John 8; George 5, Donald 3, William 1. 

897. JOHN ACKERMANN WINN. 

Present address, 705 W. Oakland, Austin, Minnesota. 
Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Is at present a sales- 
man for Jenny, Semple, Hill & Co., Minneapolis. 

Married to Lois West, a classmate. See No. 895. 

898. GERDA PAULINE WITTMAN. 

Present address, 504 Mueller Apts., Butte, Montana. 

Born at Kiel, Wisconsin, May 9, 1889. 

Educated at Merrill public schools; Lawrence College 1907-1911. De- 
gree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of English in Eau Claire high school three years; Anaconda, 
one year; president Butte College Organization; soloist St. John's Episcopal 
church; Butte seven years. Now head English Department. 



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S99. S WORTH (NEWMAN) CRAIG. (Deceased.) 

Died, February 19, 1920. 

Born at Kaukauna, Wisconsin, June 21, 1888. 

Graduated, Kaukauna high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. O. 
from Lawrence. 

Mrs. Craig was a teacher of Expression and did considerable recital 
work. 

Married, September, 1915, to Walter E._ Craig, a former student. 

900. IRVINE FRANCIS NIX. (Deceased.) 

Died, 1919. 

Born at Rednersville, County of Prince Edward, Province of Ontario, 
Canada. 

Educated at Campbellford, Ontario, high school; Lawrence College 
1909-1911. Degrees, B. O. and B. A. from Lawrence, 1914. Has also 
had one year's work toward graduate studies. 

Was engaged in the ministry and in platform work, lecturing and 
reading. 



LVI. CLASS OF 1912. 

001. CHESTER HATMON ALLEN. 

Present address, 1541 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Born at Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912; graduate work at University 
of Illinois 1912-1914. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

Member of the Scientific Staff of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical 
Research as research worker in organic chemistry from 1914-1917. Is 
now industrial chemist with Cincinnati Chemical Co. 

Member Phi Lambda Upsilon, Cincinnati Chemical Society. Touring 
Yellowstone and Colorado parks this summer. 

Member of the Hospital Corps, 2nd Regiment, W. N. G. 1908-1914. 
Member of Phi Lambda Upsilon. 

Married, 1919, Helen M. Cullen of Ohio. 

002. MARGARET GERALDINE RAILEY. 

Home address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, 1889. 

Graduated at Appleton high school, 1908; Lawrence College 1912. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Since graduation has taught two years in the Necedah high school, 
Ashland, and one year in Chicago. 

No recent report. 

903. REUBEN JAY BAILEY. 

Present address, Berlin, Wisconsin. 
Born at Clintonville, Wisconsin, April 25, 1890. 

Graduated at Clintonville high school; entered Lawrence College 1908; 
graduated 1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered the ministry of the M. E. church in Wisconsin. 

Married at Antigo, Wisconsin, August 14, 1911, to Ethel F. Brandt. 



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IMM. FLOYD WILLIAMS BENNISOX. 

Present address, 874 Sherman Avenue, Janesville, Wisconsin. 
Born at Cozad, Nebraska, December 7th, L899. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, Ph. H., Laurence. 
Secretary Bunnison and Lane Wholesale Baking Co. 
Member Masonic Lodge, Kiwanis Club, Country Club. 
Married, October 7, 1916, Cleo Wilson, Great Falls, Montana. Chil- 
dren: Charles E., 4^; Cleo, iy 2 . 

1)05. CHARLES ANTHONY BEYER. 

Present address, Ro'ckford, Illinois. 

Born at Green Bay, Wisconsin, September 15, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Has been teaching in Rockford, Illinois, Cleveland, Ohio, and one year 
athletic director at Lawrence. Now coaching and directing athletics at 
Rockford. 

OOG. MARK WILDER BRAY. 

Present address, Madison, New Jersey. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, January 1, 1890. 

Entered Lawrence College, 1909; graduated in 1912. Two years grad- 
uate work at the University of Minnesota; summer session University of 
Wisconsin in 1910. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. S., University of 
Minnesota. 

Assistant in chemistry 1912-1914, University of Minnesota; chemist of 
Kimberly-Clark Co., October 1, 1914. Drug chemical work in New Jersey. 

Author of Research publication, "Contribution to Our Knowledge of 
the Terpeneo." 

Member of Phi Lambda Upsilon (honorary Chemical Fraternity); 
Acacia Fraternity, held office of Senior Dean in the same 1913-1914. 

Married. 

007. MARIE (CORNILLIE) AMES. 

Present address, 603 Northwestern Avenue, Ames, Iowa. 

Born at Milwaukee. Wisconsin, February 15, 1890. 

Educated, South Division high school, Milwaukee; Lawrence College 
1008-1912. 

Taught Latin at Shawano high school and Knoxville high school. 

Married, October 4, 1916, to J. H. Ames of Ames, Iowa. Children: 
Betty, S]4 years. 

008. FANNIE 31. CRAW FORD. 

Present address, 1021 W. Johnson Street, Madison, Wisconsin, c/o 
Mrs. C. L. Bobb. 

Born in 1873. 

Educated, Wisconsin Academy, Madison. Wisconsin; Lawrence College. 
Degree, B. A., Lawrence. After graduation at Lawrence taught in Mauston 
high school. Spent one summer touring the British Isles, 1914. 

No recent report. 

OOO. VIDA CAROL CULVER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
No report. 



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910. HENHY RAYMOND DILLL\G. 

Present address, 134 Hoyt Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 
Born at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, May 6, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Occupation is Deputy State Oil Inspector. 

Married, June 12, 1915, to Thora L. Ness of Amherst, Wisconsin. 
Children: Dorothy E., 6; Donald D., 4. 

911. ALDIS BYROX EASTERLING. 

Present address, Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

Teacher, Instituto Ingles, Sanhago, Chile, Vice Consul, Valparaiso, 
Chile, Assistant Secretary Y. M. C. A., Valparaiso, Chile. Army Y. M. C. 
A. Camp Grant, Instructor in Spanish, Iowa State College, Instructor in 
Spanish, University of Kansas, Professor of Spanish, Wabash College. 

Married, June 16, 1920, to Cora B. Beatty of Osborne, Kansas. 

912. ROBERT F. EWERS. 

Present address, 751 41st Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Trenton, Missouri, October 4, 1888. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1909-1912; one and one-half years work 
at Marquette University, Milwaukee. 

Taught in Menasha high school for one year; since then has been 
teaching in Milwaukee- Washington high school and Milwaukee recreation 
department. 

No recent report. 

913. LEIGHTON GEORGE FOSTER. 

Present address, 2135 West Lawn Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born at Galesville, Wisconsin, July 28, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1908-1912; University of Wisconsin, 
1913-1914. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; A. M. University of Wisconsin. 

Principal in Oregon high school. Instructor University of Wisconsin. 
Now Deputy Commissioner, Department of Markets, State of Wisconsin. 

Member of National Geographical Society; Sigma Tau Nu. 

Married, at Monroe, Wisconsin, August 24, 1914, to Vera Mae Carr of 
Monroe, Wisconsin. Children: Eloise Jane, 2 years. 

914. JULIA AMANDA FREDERICKSEN. 

Present address, 2341 Thor Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin. 
Born at Raymond, Wisconsin, April 12, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught science at Weatherford, Texas; teacher of German in Berlin 
high school. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa. 
No recent report. 

915. ROBERT J. FRY. 

Present address, 224 Fourth Avenue, Spokane, Washington. 

Born at Eldorado, Wisconsin, March 25, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Special work at Universitv of Wisconsin, 
summer of 1910; Platform Artists Diploma, 1910. Degree, B. O., Law- 
rence, 1912. 

Taught in Eau Claire high school, 1910; Lawrence School of Expres- 
sion; Minneapolis, North high school. Lewis and Clark H. S. Spokane. 
Author of "The Salvation of Jimmy Slang" a play, and "The Conquest of 
Buck Winton" a play. 

Member Kiwanis Club. 

Married, February 10, 1918, to Cora Wing of Heber City, Utah. 



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})1«. EDNA (GERICKE) BRICKSON. 

Present address, 119 Grand Avenue, Waukesha, Wisconsin. 

Born at Lake Mills, Wisconsin, August 13, 1887. 

Graduated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught English at Woodstock, Illinois, and at Johnson Creek, and 
Waukesha, Wisconsin. Played pipe organ and gave piano lessons. 

Member Woman's Club and Waukesha Musical. 

Married, August 18, 1920, to E. O. Brickson of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 
Children: June, 1 year. 

5)17. EDITH (GOETSCH) BLACKWELL. 

Present address, Bassien, Burma, Asia. 

Born at Watertown, Wisconsin, July 10, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Graduated 1919 from 
Illinois Training Hospital, Chicago. 

Taught mathematics in New London high school 1912-1914; history 
and mathematics in Elkhorn high school, 1914-1915. Was in Red Cross work 
in settlements in Chicago; community nurse in Princeton, Illinois. In 
1920 took course in Baptists Training School for Foreign Missions. 

Married, June 17, 1921, to George Blackwell, preacher and missionary. 

91S. GEORGIXA WINIFRED HACKWORTHY, 

Present address, 490 South River Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Plymouth, England, December 15, 1888. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, 
B. A. 

Instructor in Latin at Lawrence College 1912-1914; assistant principal 
Seventh and Eighth grades, Fourth W T ard, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Member of Eastern Star Fidelity chapter No. 94. 

919. ERNA W. (HAM) KREHER. 

Present address, Mondovi, Wisconsin. 

Born at Jefferson, Wisconsin, April 24, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Law 
rence. 

Taught in high school four years. Member Eastern Star, Woman's 
Club, White Shrine of Jerusalem, Social Club, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta 
Gamma. 

Married to Rudolph A. Kreher of Mondovi, Wisconsin. Children: 
John E., 5 years. 

924). EVELYN (HALL) ARNETT. 

Present address, 110 E. North Austin Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Union, Iowa, October 5, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught history and public speaking in high schools. 

Married, June 15, 1918, to Ray E. Arnett of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis- 
consin. Children: Gordon, 3 years. 

921. EDITH HAMPEL. 

Present address, Neenah, Wisconsin. 
Born at Berlin, Germany, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Has been teaching in Neenah high school since graduation. 

Member of Westminster Guild, Neenah, of which she is the secretary. 



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!)22. JOSEPHINE HANSON. 

Present address, Mondovi, Wisconsin. 
Born, August 6, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught in graded school at Houlton, Wisconsin, 1914-1913. Spent 
summer of 1915 at University of Wisconsin studying German. 
No recent report. 

023. JENNIE JEFFERY HARKER. 

Present address, Shullsburg, Wisconsin. 
Born, February 19, 1891. 

Educated at Shullsburg high school; Lawrence College, 1908-1912. 
Degree, B. A., Lawrence. 

Member of Eastern Star of which she is treasurer. 

924. HARRY HARTWAY HEIDEN. 

Present address, 1924 South 8th Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 

Born at Sheboygan, Wisconsin, April 6, 1888. 

Educated, Sheboygan high school; Lawrence College 1908-1912; Rush 
Medical College, Marquette University. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence, M. 
D. Marquette. 

Physician and Surgeon, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 

Member of Alpha Kappa Kappa — Rush Medical. 

Married, June 24, 1920, to Amanda Vick of Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. 

925. ELEANOR (HITCHCOCK) ALTENBERY. 

Present address, 718 State Street, Osage, Iowa. 

Born at Elgin, Illinois, March, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 190S-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

After graduation taught at Mukwonago, Wisconsin,, two years and 
Union Grove, Wisconsin. 

Married, June 19, 1917, to Albert Altenbery, a preacher. Children: 
Thomas Charles, 2y 2 years. 

02<». GEORGIA (HUMPHREY) SCOTT. 

Present address, Green Acres, Washington. 

Born at Pomeroy, Ohio, April 10th. 1889. 

Graduated from Manual Training High school, Indianapolis, Indiana. 
1907; entered Lawrence College 1908, graduated 1912. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

1912-1915, taught in Oconto Falls high school; 1915-1916, at Milton. 

Member of Alpha Delta Pi; president of the Alumnae Club of Theta 
chapter of that organization at present. 

Married to Mr. R. S. Scott, a Methodist preacher. 

!>27. CHRIS ROBERT ISELY. 

Present address, 407 Madison Avenue. Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 

Born at Milledgeville, Illinois, May 19, 188S. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1908-1912; work in Education at Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin 1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Tomah, Marshfield and Ft. Atkinson high schools. Super- 
intendent Kilbourn city schools. Staff of American City Bureau, general 
campaign director and organization advisor. 

Married at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, to Myrtle Crossfield, August 19, 
1915. See No. 963. Children: Christian Robert, 3 years. 



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92S. EDITH MAE ISELY. 

Present address, 704 E. Russell Street, Monroe, Wisconsin. 

Born at Milledgeville, Illinois, July 7th, 1889. 

Educated, Monroe high school; entered Lawrence College, 1908, grad- 
uated 1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Columbia University, sum- 
mer session. 

Taught in Whitehall high school, Marshfield, Menominee in Wisconsin, 
and at Pendleton, Oregon. 

929. PAUL WESLEY IVEY. 

Present address, 1262 S. 22nd Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. 

Born at Bessemer, Michigan, July 5, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912; University of Illinois 1912- 
1913. Degree, B. A., from Lawrence; M. A. from University of Illinois. 
Ph. D. University of Michigan. 

Acting professor of Social Science at Dakota Wesleyan University 
1913; Instructor in Political Economy in the University of Michigan 1914. 
Professor of Marketing at University of Nebraska; Chautauqua lecturer; 
advertising and sales counselor; author of "The Pere Marquette Railroad 
Co." "Elements of Retail Salesmanship," "Principles of Marketing." 

Member of Chamber of Commerce. Kiwanis Club. 

Married, August SO, 1915, to Stella M. Walker of St. Ignace, Michigan. 

930. LULU (JEWELL) JOHNSON. 

Present address, 309 Clement Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912; 1913-1914 finished the two 
years course in The New England Training School for Christian Service. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools and in Industrial school. Parish worker, 

Providence, Rhode Island. 

Married, December, 1915, to Henry Tohnson, Lawrence graduate. 
Children: Ruth, 5; Dorothy, 3; Ralph, 2. 

931. IRENE (JOHNSON) WILLIAMS, 

Present address, 205 Cagwin Avenue, Joliet, Illinois. 
Born at La Crosse, Wisconsin, August 13, 1889. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught in high schools. 
Member of Eastern Star. 
Married, Mr. Everett Williams. 

932. ELLA A. KARNOPP. 

Present address, 187 Kingston Avenue, Portland, Oregon. 

Born at Almond, Wisconsin, August 13, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College. One summer course at University of 
Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of German in Sheboygan high school, principal Almond, 
teacher of History Jefferson high school, Portland, Oregon. 



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933. LILAS (KELLEY) CHAMBERS. 

Present address, 407 High Street, Carlinville, Illinois. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin. 1889. 

Entered Lawrence 190S, graduated 1912. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Proof-reader for George Banta Publishing Co. 
Member Alpha Gamma Phi; A. A. U. W. 
Married Earl Chamners. 
No recent report. 

934. JOHN TRIMAX KE\DALL. 

Present address, Scofield Barracks, Honolulu, H. I. 

Born at Viroqua. Wisconsin, April 30. 1879. 

Educated. Lawrence College. Degree. B. A. 

Entered the ministry in 1904. Acted as student pastor during his 
college course. 

Enlisted in Co. G, 2nd Inf., February 10. 1910; commissioned Chap- 
lain and assigned to 2nd Inf. November 17, 1911; for several years Chap- 
lain in. United States Army. 

Married, at Deer Creek, Wisconsin, September 8, 1910, to Gladys 
Corbin. 

935. VERONA (KOCH) KRIPPEAE. 

Present address, 669 River Street, Niagara, Wisconsin. 

Born at Boyd, Wisconsin. August 12, 1892. 

Educated. Laurence College 1908-1912. Degree. B. A. from Lawrence. 

Instructor in German and Chemistry 1912-1914 at Berlin high school: 
1914-1915 instructor in Chemistry and Zoology at Menominee, Michigan. 
Employed in Chemical Department of Kimberly-Clark Co. 

Member County Committee of Woman's Republic League. Delegate to 
Citizens Republican State Conference. Milwaukee. Tune, 1922. 

Married, May 18, 1920. to Charles Krippene of Niagara, Wisconsin. 

!>3<;. WALTER ALVIX LEMBCKE. 

Present address, Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin. Box 270. 

Born at Appleton. Wisconsin, June 29, 1885. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College; attended Actual 
Business College at Appleton, also Oshkosh Normal School, summer of 
1909. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered the ministry, April 17. 1910. Preached at Lomira, 1911-1912; 
Antigo 1912-1916. Menomonie 1916-1920. Prairie du Sac since 1920. 

Elected by Wisconsin Conference in 1912 a member of the Sunday 
School Board representing the Appleton District. Served in Co. G. 2nd 
Wis. Inf. as sergeant 1903-1911. 

Married, at Appleton. Wisconsin, Tune 25, 1910, to Harriet Marie 
Sorenson. Children: Ruth Harriet. Willard Walter and Mae Elizabeth. 

937. GEORGE L. KOEHX. 

Present address, 693 Schuyler Street, Portland, Oregon. 

Born at Sheboygan, Wisconsin. March 5. 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912; post graduate work at Univer- 
sity of North Dakota; Fellow in History and Economics University of 
Oregon, Law department. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; A. 1ft. and 
LL. B. University of Oregon. M. A. Harvard University. 

Professor of English, Lincoln high school, Portland, Oregon; with A. 



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E. F. 1917-1919; captain U. S. R. University of Lyons, France, 1919; 
lecturer on International Law; Northwestern College of Law, 1921; coach 
of debate and assistant professor of history, Reed College. Now general 
manager Stenno Carbon Mfg. Co. 

Member of Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha. 

Married, August, 1919 to Katherine Twomey of Portland, Oregon. 
Children: Anne, one and one-half years. 

938. LAURA AURELH LINDSLEY. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, July 3, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Was principal of Royalton high school 1913-1914; 1914-1916 taught 
mathematics in the high school at Beach, North Dakota. 

Spent the summer of 1914 at the University of Chicago. 
No recent report. 

J)30. ELZO ROY MANLEY. 

Present address, 1521 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Born at Hortonville, Wisconsin, May 9, 1889. 

Educated at Lawrence College; took one year post graduate work at 
University of Wisconsin. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from 
Wisconsin. 

Analytical chemist in the development department of the United States 
Rubber Co. 

Married, November 15, 1913, to Elsie IToier, former student at Law- 
rence. 

940. HARRIET MARKS. 

Present address, Lancaster, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lancaster high school; Lawrence College 1908-1912. De- 
gree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Has been teaching at Columbus, Bloomington and Lancaster high 
schools. 

941. ADOLPH CHRISTIAN MOMMSEN. 

Present address, Kendall, Wisconsin. 

Born at Husum, Germany, November 16, 1881. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Principal of Belview schools 1912-1914; Superintendent 1914. 

President local Commercial Club; president Belview Young People's 
Society. 

Married at Amherst, Wisconsin, September 6, 1911, to Helen Bidwell. 
Children: Phoebe Geneva and Mildred May. 

No recent report. 

042. WELCOME HERVON McNIESH. (Deceased.) 

Killed in France, October 21, 1918. 

Born at Black Creek, Wisconsin, July 23, 1883. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught chemistry and mathematics in Watertown high school. 

Member of Hospital Corps of 2nd Reg. for eight years. 

Married at Aniwa, Wisconsin, August 27, 1912, to Hildegarde 
Kreutzer. 



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943. CLARENCE CONE PLANK. 

Present address, c/o N. W. School Supply Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Married at Plainfield, Wisconsin, to Gladys Krentz, class of L911. 
With the N. U. School Supply Co. 
Failed to report. 

944. WILLIAM DAVID RATH. 

Present address, Clayton, Kansas. 

Born at Almond, Wisconsin, September 7, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Entered teaching profession in 1912. Taught two years, returning to 
University of Wisconsin. 

Superintendent of schools since 1914. 

Member F. and A. M. Lodge and O. E. S. 

Married, August, 1916, Elenor Lewis of Fennimore, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Robert V/ 2 and Catherine, 2. 

945. CHESTER JOSEPH ROBERTS. 

Present address, DePere, Wisconsin. 

Born at Birnamwood, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912; two summers at Madison. 
Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. S. from University of Wisconsin. 

Taught Physics and Athletics, Simpson College 1912-1913; Bethany 
College 1914-1915. With Tuttle Press Co., Appleton. Now with Northern 
Paper Co. of Green Bay. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, December 23, 1913, to Bessie Bushey. 

94«. CHARLES MANLEY SHELLEY. 

Present address, Mattoon, Wisconsin. 

Born at Hutchins, Shawano county, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Birnamwood high school; Lawrence College 190S-1912. De- 
gree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught school for two years and then entered the ministry in fall of 
1914. Now farming. 

Married at Plymouth, Wisconsin, October 21, 1914, to Ora Oosterhous. 
See No. 1044. Children: Ellen Jane, 6; Howard Manly, 4; Alice Ora, 2. 

947. HARRY WILLIAM SMALL. 

Present address, Excelsior, Minnesota. 

Born at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, October 12, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Since graduation instructor in Science at Edgerton high school 1912- 
1914; principal of schools at Black Earth, Wisconsin, since September. 
1914. Member of Hospital Corps, 2nd Reg. U. S. N. G. 

Married at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Gladys R. Barber, June 20, 1914. 

Failed to report. 



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!>48. JAMES RICHARD ST. JOH\. 

Present address, Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco, California. 

Born at Mayville, Wisconsin, December 17, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College; took some special work at University 
of Chicago. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Employed in general bank work; assistant cashier, credit man with 
The Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co., of Portland, Oregon. Now assistant 
purchasing agent, Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco. California. 

Married, June 12, 1918, to Laura Strong of Portland, Oregon. 

»4i>. GRACE (SUTCLIFFE) KRANZ. 

Present address, Geneva, Illinois. 

Born at Endeavor, Wisconsin, December 27, 1887. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Grafton high school 1912; principal of Poison high school, 
Montana. 

Married, February 16, 1917, to Fredrick Kranz, Lawrence graduate. 
Children: Jean Elizabeth, 4 years. 

JKjO. JANE ELIZABETH TAYLOR. 

Present address, 3001 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, Washington. 
Failed to report. 

951. MARY THOMAS HARTZHEIM. 

Last address, Juneau, Wisconsin. 
Born at Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, August 4, 1890. 

Educated, Wausau high school; Lawrence College 1908-1912. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught at Juneau, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

»r»2. JESSE GEORGE VANCE. 

Present address, 1509 6th Street, Menomonie, Wisconsin. 

Born in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, March 15, 1883. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degrees, B. 
A. from Lawrence; S. T. B., Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Entered West Wisconsin Conference. Preached six years. Served 
three years in Co. E 3rd Wisconsin Volunteers. Chaplain United States 
Army one year. Now federal student at Stout Institute. 

Married at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, August 13, 1912, to Emma 
Bowman. Children: Arden L., 8 years. 

853. WILBUR LEWIS VAUGHN. 

Present address, Elyria, Ohio. 
Born at Winslow, Illinois, February 2, 1887. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1908-1912; took work at De Kalb 
Normal School. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Began teaching mathematics and coaching athletics at Sparta in 1912. 
Failed to report. 



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954. WINIFRED (WILSON) BOYCE. 

Present address, 295 7th Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born at Parfreyville, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Lawrence. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered teaching profession at Omro, Wisconsin, 1912; taught in 
Fennimore high school 1913-1914. 

Married, Tune 17, 191G, to Curtis Boyce, Lawrence graduate. Chil- 
dren: David, 4; Barbara, 1. 

955. HUBERT E. ZILISCH. 

Present address, St. Mary's Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Juneau, Wisconsin, February 16, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College; graduated summer course, Normal 
School of Physical Education, Battle Creek, Michigan, 1912; post grad- 
uate work summers of 1913 and 1914. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Attended Medical Department University of Lyons, France. Marquette 
University Medical Department 1919-1922. 

Teacher and Physical Director Payson high school, Utah, 1912-1913. 
Physical Director, Kansas City University, and Principal Wilson high 
school, Kansas City, 1913-1914; Pyhsical and Athletic Director Mitchell 
high school and public schools. Mexican border service 1916; world war 
veteran, enlisted 1915, discharged 1919. Now intern St. Mary's Hospital, 
Milwaukee. 

Member Kansas City Athletic Club; vice president Greater Kansas City 
Basket Ball League; vice president Greater Kansas City Athletic Associa- 
tion. 



LVII. CLASS OF 1913. 

950. GLADYS MAE ANDREWS. 

Present address, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born at Irving Park, Illinois, October 2, 1889. 

Educated, Escanaba high school; Lawrence College; Graduate Library 
School of the University of Wisconsin, 1914. Degree. B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Employed as assistant in Superior Public Library and Marinette 
Library. 

Failed to report. 

957. RAYMOND L. BOLTON. 

Home address, Tomah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Tomah, 1890. 

Educated, Tomah high school; Lawrence College 1909-1913; attended 
summer session of University of Wisconsin in 1914. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Principal of Mountain high school. 

Member Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Failed to report. 



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958. EDITH RUTH BOYCE. 

Present address, 721 Mclndrae Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Corinth, New York, August 28, 1891. 

Graduated, Wausau high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. V 
from Lawrence. 

Has been teaching Latin and German in Tomahawk, Whitewater and 
Escanaba, Michigan, high schools. 

Member Eastern Star, White Shrine and Daughters of American Revo- 
lution. 

1>59. HELEN LOUISE BRAYTON. (Deceased.) 

Died in Appleton, December, 1921. 

Born at Footville, Wisconsin. May 8th, 1891. 

Graduated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1909-1 91. "I. Degree, 
H. A. from Lawrence. 

W r as Pastor's assistant. Methodist Episcopal church, Appleton. Took 
post graduate work at Lawrence 1914-191"). 

i)<»0. HENRIETTA (BRIGHAM) SCHUSSMAAX. 

Present address, Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 

Born at Barre, Massachusetts, June 21, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1909-1913. Degree B. A. 

Teacher of English at Rutland, Massachusetts and high school at 
Kaukauna. For last year studying pipe-organ at Lawrence. 

Married, June, 1916, to L. G. Schussman, superintendent of schools, 
Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Children: Myron Henry, 4 l / 2 years. 

JMfl. NORMAN EDMUNDS BROKAAV. 

Present address, 507 Wisconsin Avenue, Xeenah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Kaukauna, Wisconsin, September 1, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Entered the automobile business in winter of 1913-1914. Later moved 
to San Diego, California, where he engaged in real estate business and 
office building. Later engaged in manufacture of paper. Now manager 
Central Paper Co., Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Married at Edgerton, Wisconsin. September 11, 1914, to Theodora 
North, former Lawrence student. Children: Katharine Elizabeth, Norman 
E., Jr., and Janet Jessica. 

!>U2. JAMES EM3IETT BROOKS. 

Present address, 5844 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Mo. 

Born at Omro, Wisconsin, May 2, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Engaged in life insurance business; packing industry Morris & Co. 
1916; manager claim department. New York, for British Government 1917- 
1918. Now president United Serum Co., allied with Morris & Co., Kansas 
City. Mo. 

President of the Grand Rapids Musical Club. 

Favorite recreation is hunting. 

Married at New London, Wisconsin, July, 1913, to Ruth Blackwood. 
Children: James Emmett, aged 4. 



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9G3. LICILE BISHEY. 

Present address, 4 IS Sheridan Avenue, Whiting, Indiana. 

Born at Hammond, Wisconsin, February 12, 1893. 

Educated at Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. Chicago School Civics and Philanthropy. 

Taught in Two Rivers high school and Merrill, Wisconsin; director of 
playgrounds, Mount Kisco, New York; director Girl Scout Camp, Thornton, 
Illinois. Now director Women's Activities, Whiting, Indiana. 

Member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 

!>(J4. ALITA (BUSSARD) WRIGHT. 

Present address, 616 X. Bosart Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Born at Black Earth, Wisconsin, November 15, 1S90. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
M. A. University of Wisconsin, Summer Columbia University. 

Teacher of history in Wausau high school, Princeton, Illinois, and 
Indianapolis since 1917. 

Married, June 10, 1921, to W. W. Wright of Greencastle, Indiana. 

905. BERMCE MARGARET CAD3IAX. 

Present address, Monroe, Wisconsin. 

Born at Markesan, Wisconsin, 1891. 

Father was a Methodist minister for twenty-nine years. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in Middleton and Lodi high schools. 

Failed to report. 

96«. ETHEL (CLARK) MXO\, 

Present address, 243 First Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born at Galesville, Wisconsin, ls>&9. 

Educated, Milwaukee-Downer 1908-1910; Lawrence College 1910-1913; 
also studied at Lawrence Conservatory. Degree B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of Public School Music, 1913-1914, Pabst School, at Ocono- 
mowoc. 

Failed to report. 

9«7. \VILLIAM COLLIXGE. 

Address, 2643 Logan Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. 

Taught in high schools at Tomah, and La Crosse 1913-1918; principal 
La Crosse high school 1918-1921. In training for managership with S. S. 
Kresge Co. 

Married, July 6, 1916, Ella Klumb, Lawrence graduate. Children: 
Margaret 5, William Jr., 3. 

968. ADELINE COOKE. 

Present address, Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 
Born at Lawrence College, Wisconsin, April 13, 1S90. 
Educated at Lawrence College 1900-1913. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Taught English m Fennimore high school since graduation. 
Member of Teachers' Club. 
Failed to report. 



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»«9. JESSIE (CROSSFIELD) ISELY. 

Present address, 407 Madison Avenue, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 
Born at Oakland, Wisconsin, April 25, 1891. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Taught in Red Granite high school 1913; Cambridge high school. 
Married, at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, August 19, 1915, to Chris. 
Isely. See No. 921. 

D70. RUTH DE SWARTE. 

Present address, 6444 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, April 23, 1891, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. Kindergarten 
diploma at Cincinnati Missionary Training School. One summer Normal 
School. One summer Medical School laboratory course. 

Taught Kindergarten four years. At present secretary-technician to a 
physician. 

Member of A. C. A. 

»71. KENNETH S. DICKINSON. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Chicago, Illinois, June 5, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered business January 1st, 1914, with Chas. S. Kidder & Co., 
bankers, Chicago, Illinois, stocks and bonds. In 1920 organized the firm 
of Wm. L. Ross & Co. of which he is Vice-President. 

Married to Frances Pratt of Appleton. 

1)72. PHILETUS SAWYER DICKINSON. 

Present address, Chicago, Illinois, c/o W. L. Ross & Co. 

Born at Chicago, Illinois, May 23, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Entered bond business January 1, 1914; salesman F. W. Jacobs Co., 
Madison, Wisconsin; salesman for Chas. Kidder Co., Chicago. At present 
member of the firm of W. L. Ross & Co., Chicago. Was overseas as 
instructor in school to train in the use of heavy artillery. 

Member of Riverview Country Club of Appleton. 

Married, June, 1922, to Ruth Allen, of Chicago, Illinois. 

i>73. ELLEN (FAVILL) TILLOTSON. 

Present address, Lake Mills, Wisconsin. 
Born at Lake Mills, Wisconsin, March, 1883. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Member of Woman's Club. 

Married, 1918, to F. W. Tillotson of Madison, Wisconsin. Children: 
Twins, Ellen and Alice, one and one-half years. 

!>74. EERNICE (FISHER) CLEVELAND. 

Present address, 172 5th Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 
Born at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, August 10, 1880. 

Educated, Fond du Lac high school; Lawrence College 1909-1913. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of mathematics and German in various high schools. 
Member of Y. W. C. A.; Choral Club and Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 
Married, Bliss Cleveland. 
Failed to report. 



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975. LESLIE CLIFFORD GILBERTSON. 

Present address, 601 Torrey Bldg., Duluth, Minnesota. 

Born at Galesville, Wisconsin, November 3, 1891. 

Educated at Lawrence, 1909-1913; Northwestern University Law School. 
Degress. B. A. from Lawrence; LL. B. from Northwestern University 
Law School. Was two years in U. S. Army, 13 months in France with 
First Division. Holds Captain's Commission F. A. U. S. R. Now practic- 
ing law in firm of McClearn and Gilbertson. 

Member Beta Sigma Phi and Phi Alpha Delta. 



076. ELEANOR (HARRIMAN) MUMM. 

Present address 158 W. Fourth Street, Winona, Minnesota. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, March 17, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A., Lawrence. 
Teacher in Appleton since 1913. 

Member of Alpha Gamma Phi sorority; was treasurer for two years; 
guardian of Camp Fire Girls. 
Married Frank Mumm. 
Failed to report. 

977. MABEL (HILL) RASEY. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Buffalo, New York, April 10, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Engaged as teacher of English at Nekoosa, Wisconsin, 1914-1915. 

Married, January 16, 1915, to Lee C. Rasey, a classmate. See No. 997. 

978. FRANCIS EUGENE HINDERMAN. 

Present address, 4043 Westminster Bldg., St. Louis, Missouri, 
Failed to report. 

979. EDNA BELLE HUGHES. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Randolph, Wisconsin. 

Educated at Randolph high school and Lawrence College. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. University of Wisconsin summer course. 

Teacher of History and Science in Poynette, Prairie du Chien and 
Waupun high schools. 

Member Kappa Kappa Delta. 

Engagement announced to John Van Hengel of Waupun, 

980. JULIA ( JACOB Y) ESKIL. 

Present address, Iron Mountain, Michigan. 
Married Odin Eskil. 
Failed to report. 

981. HARRY I. JAMES. 

Present address, Old Umtali, Rhodesia, Africa. 
Born at Dean Forest, Gloucestershire, England, April 24, 1882. 
Educated, one year in Theological School, England, 1906; Lawrence 
College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

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f erred to Wisconsin Conference 1908; ordained Deacon by Bishop Berry at 
Edgerton, Wisconsin, 1910; ordained Elder by Bishop Hartzell, Rhodesia, 
Africa, 1913. 1908-1913, Student Pastorate; 1913 appointed pastor of St. 
Paul's English Penhelonga, Rhodesia, Africa; 1914 appointed principal of 
Boys' Central Training School, Old Umtali, Africa. 

Visited the United States and Lawrence in 1920. Now at Umtali. 

Married at Gloucester, England, July 27, 1910, to Edith Mabel 
Woodger. 

982. MYRTICE (KITTO) PEARCE. 

Present address, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Born at Dollar Bay, Michigan, April 4, 1891. 

Educated, Dollar Bay high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. O. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, high school, also at Houghton, 
Michigan. 

Married Dr. A. R. Pearce of Dollar Bay in 1919. Since then lived 
at Rockland, Michigan. Just moving to Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

1)83. ELLA (KLUMB) COLLINGE. 

Present address, 2643 Logan Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, February 10, 1891. 
Educated, Lawrence College, 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. 
Teacher of English, Sparta, 1913-1916. 
Memoer Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, July 6, 1916, to William Collinge, graduate of Lawrence 
College. Children: Margaret 5, Billy 3. 

1)84. ANNIE LAURA KUNKEL. 

Present address, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 

Born at Sheboygan, Wisconsin, August 29, 1890. 

Educated, Grafton Hall; Lawrence College 1911-1913. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Teacher of English and German, Kilbourn high school, teacher of 
German in Marinette high school. 

Member Phi Beta Kappa. 

Faileu to report. 

1)85. DAISY (LIEBERMANN) MAXWELL. 

Present address, Oregon, Illinois. 

Born at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1908-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Has been teaching in Galesville high school. 

Married Arnold Maxwell. 

Failed to report. 

686. WILLARD IRVIN LOWE. 

Present address, Williams, Arizona. 

Born at Petersburg, Wisconsin, October 13, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Boston University School of Theology. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. S. F. B. Boston University. 

Began preaching in Wisconsin Conference. Transferred to Arizona 
and preaching at Williams. Camped three weeks in the Grand Canyon last 
summer. 

Member Tau Kappa Alpha, Mace and Pan American Club. 

Married, June 17, 1915, to Alma A. Ricks of Boscobel, Wisconsin. 



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9S7. MABEL MAY MATES. 

Present address, Belmont, Wisconsin. 
Born at Belmont, Wisconsin, 1890. 

Educated at Belmont high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Failed to report. 

988. MILTON W. McGOWAN. 

Present address, Algoma, Wisconsin. 

Born at Algoma, Wisconsin, March 27, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. 

With Geo. Banta Publishing Co., Menasha, Wisconsin. 

Member Theta Phi. 

Failed to report. 

989. LOREN CAREY McKINNEY. 

Present address, Liberty, Missouri. 

Born at Lake Crystal, Minnesota, December 16, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence, 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. M. A. 
Wisconsin University. 

Teacher, Milwaukee ivorth Division high school. 85 Division Camp 
Grant 1918. Camp Mills, Bordeaux, Le Maus University Detachment, 
University of Grenoble, France. Professor of History, William Jewell Col- 
lege since 1919. On leave of absence 1922-1923 to complete work for Ph. 
D. at Chicago University. 

Married, 1917, to Abbie Greenwood of Milwaukee. Children Lorra G. 
2 years. 

990. HELEN (McNAlGHTON) SPENCER. 

Present address, 4753 18th Avenue, X. E., Seattle. Washington. 

Born at Kaukauna, Wisconsin, November 21. 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. Graduated from Presbyterian Hospital Training School 
for Nurses. In service at Camp Gordon, Ga., and Lamp Taylor, Ky., for 
ten months. 

Married, September 8, 1920, to M. L. Spencer, former professor at 
Lawrence. 



991. FRANCES (NALMAN) HOKLAS. 

Present address, 604 Oak Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Graduated, Lawrence College, Class of 1913. 
Married H. W. Hoklas. 
Failed to report. 

992. LEILA (NELSON) FANNON. 

Present address, 460 Lawe street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, January 15, 1891. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1909-19i3. Degree, B. A. Studied at 
Lawrence Conservatory four years. 

Member of Kappa Upsilon sorority. 

Married, June 22, 1914, to George Fannon of Appleton. Children: Mary 
Louise, 5 years. 



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993. GRACE (PARDEE) HEINEMANN. 

Present address 661 Green Bay Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, July 23, 1890. 

Educated, Appleton high school; State Preparatory School of Boul- 
der, Colorado 1909; Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught English for a time in Menasha school and at Phoenix, 
Arizona. 

Married, June 15, 1921, to Fred Heinemann, Appleton. 

904. LOR A (PENDELL) HALL,. 

Present address, 624 8th Street, Brookings, South Dakota. 

Born at Randolph, Wisconsin, August 13, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Taught at Brandon, Wisconsin, 1913-1914; Nekoosa, Wisconsin, 1914- 
1915. 

Married, June 12, 1915, at Randolph, Wisconsin, to Eugene W. Hall. 
Children: Wendell, 6; Charlotte, 2. 

995. ALTA MAE POND. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Tomah, Wisconsin, January 24, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught high school at Princeton, Wisconsin; at Marengo, Illinois. 

Memher of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 

Failed to report. 

99ti. MARY ATHENA POTTER 

Present address, 905 College Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin. 
Born at Bristol, Wisconsin, January 4, 1889. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Harvard summer school. 
Taught in Waupun; Lockland, Cincinnati, Ohio; Marshfield and 
Racine, Wisconsin. 

997. LEE C. RASEY. 

Present address, 834 Prospect Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Marion, Wisconsin, January 13, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. Columbia 
University summer of 1921. 

Began teaching at Menomonie 1913; elected principal, 1914; principal 
of Duluth High school, instructor in English, Lawrence College. At 
present principal Appleton high school. 

President Appleton Rotary Club. 

Married, January 16, 1915. to Mabel Hill, class of 1913. 

99S. GEORGE ERNEST RUSSELL. 

Present address, 47 Summer Street, Gloucester, Massachusetts. 

Born at Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 26, 1884. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Andover 
Theological Seminary, S. T. B. 

Pastor Congregational church, Upton, Massachusetts. Chaplain 

Gloucester Fishermen's Institute since 1918. 

Married, 1917, to Annie G. Hartwell of Gloucester, Massachusetts. 
Children: Allen, 4; Seymour, 2. 



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009. ENID MARGUERITE (SAECKER) WHITE. 

Present address, 301 College Avenue, Swarthmour, Pennsylvania. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, June 13, 1891. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. Columbia University, summer 1916. 

Taught, West Green Bay high school, 1913-1914; Grand Rapids, Wis- 
consin, 1914-1915, as teacher of Ancient History. 

Member Theta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi and A. A. U. W. Woman's 
Club of Swarthmour, Faculty Tea Club of University of Pennsylvania, 
Needlework Guild. 

Married, September 1, 1915, at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Alfred G. 
White, class of 1907. See No. 716. Children: Gary W., 5; Carleton Robert, 
2 years. 

JOOO. WYLIE C. SAMPSON. 

Present address, 915 Fulton Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born at Beaver Dam, ' Wisconsin, December 12, 1891. 

Educated, Wausau high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Since July 1, 1913, representing Employers' Mutual Liability Insur- 
ance Co., in the State of Wisconsin, now assistant secretary. Served for 
a period in the war as 1st Lieutenant of Infantry. 

Member of Masonic order. 

Married, Grace Turner of Wausau. Children: Georgiana, 2. 

1001. RARRARA (SCHLAFER) HAUGEX. 

Present address, 828 Hamilton Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 
Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, October 23, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence Academy and Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Member Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 

Married, 1916 to Karl M. Haugen, former Lawrence student. 

1002. ERWIN LEAXDER SHAVER. 

Present address, 506 N. Davis Street, Conway, Arkansas. 

Born at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, December 1, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degrees. B. A. 1913 and M. A. 1914 
from Lawrence. Also S. T. B. Garrett Biblical Institute 1916. Union 
Theological Seminary 1917-1920. M. A. Teacher's College Columbia, 1918. 
Pastor 1914-1916, Director Religious Education, Decatur, Ilinois, 1916-1917, 
Assistant Department Religious Education, Union Theological Seminary 
1919-1920. Professor Religious Education, Hendrix College, Conway, 
Arkansas, since 1920. 

Member Ex. Com. Council Religious Education Association. 

Married, Ellen M. Griffiths of Rosendale, Wisconsin. Children: Doris 
6, Robert 4. 

1003. BENJAMIN CHARLES SIAS. 

Present address, New Richmond, Wisconsin. 
Born at Sparta, Wisconsin, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1908-1913; University of Wisconsin, Col- 
lege of Law. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Failed to report. 



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1004. MAUD (SIMESTER) JOHNSTON. 

Present address, Glenwood City, Wisconsin. 

Born at Chicago, March, 1890. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Began teaching after graduation at Glenwood City, Wisconsin. 

Member Board of Education, Glenwood City. 

Married, 1916 to Harold Johnston, Glenwood City. 

1005. MAUD (SPEAR) CHRISTENSEV 

Present address, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 
Born at Watertown, Wisconsin, October 19, 1892. 
Parents were born in Devonshire, England. 

Educated, Watertown high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. 0. 
from Lawrence. 

Has taught at Chippewa Falls. 
Married W. Christensen. 
Failed to report. 

1000. LILY WALBORG SWAN SON. 

Present address, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

Born at Ystad, Sweden, November 19, lSbT. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught in various high schools. 

1007. FLORENCE E. THOMAS. 

Present address. 

Born at Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, February 15, 1S92. 

Educated, Wausau high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. O. 
from Lawrence. Had one year of physical training at Normal College of 
Gymnastics of N. A. G. A., Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Taught at Dunbar, Wisconsin. 

Failed to report. 

IOOS. FRANCIS H THLRRER. 

Present address, unknown. 

Born at Ellsworth, Wisconsin, December 27, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913; Nebraska State College 1913- 
1915. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from Nebraska State College. 
Member Alpha Chi Sigma (honorary chemistry fraternity). 
Failed to report. 

1009. RALPH WALDO TIPPET. (Deceased.) 

Killed in action in France, September 12, 1918. 

Born at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, March 1, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913; University of Illinois, 1913- 
1915. Degrees, B. A. from Lawrence; M. A. from University of Illinois. 

Assistant in Chemistry. University of Illinois. 

Member Beta Sigma Phi, Lawrence; Alpha Chi Sigma, Universitv of 
Illinois. 

Killed in action in world war. 



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1010. SUSANNA (VESELY) SCOTT. 



Present address, La Pas, Bolivia, S. A. 
Graduated, Lawrence College, Class of 1913. 
Failed to report. 



1011. CLIFFORD CHARLES WATERHOUSE. 



Present address, 236 Hamilton Avenue, Loraine, Ohio. 

Born at Weyauwega, Wisconsin, January 23, 1891. 

Educated, Weyauwega high school; Lawrence College 1909-1913; Ohio 
State University 1913-1914; Fellow in Chemistry. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Taught science at Wadena high school since 1914. Research chemist 
Firestone Rubber Co. Akron, Ohio, research chemist, Miller Rubber Co. 
Akron, Ohio; assistant superintendent Rubber Co., New Cork City. Now 
teacher of science, Loraine, . Ohio. 

Married, May 2, 1919, to Carv M. Leiter of Brooklvn, New York. 
Children: Ora May 2, Clifford 1. 

1012. HOWARD D. WATSON. 

Present address, 924 Third Street, San Diego, California. 

Born at Kaukauna, Wisconsin, September 23, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. O. from Lawrence. 

Entered Theatrical profession as an actor July, 1913. 

Failed to report. 

1013. RICHARD JOSEPH WHITE. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born at Algoma, Wisconsin, November 4, 1S92. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

With Oshkosh Savings and Trust Co. 

1014. HERBERT WHITEHOUSE. 

Present address, 4056 Castleman Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

Born at Markesan, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; two years of graduate work at Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. A. M. Wisconsin Uni- 
versity. 

Was principal of Middleton high school. In real esttate business, 
farming. Now teacher St. Louis high school. 

Married, June 18, 1921, to Olive Handsley of Edwardsville, Illinois. 

10ir». CHARLES ClilNTON WILCOX. 

Present address, 643 Marshall Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Hancock, Michigan, April 19, 1891. 

Educated. Michigan Agricultural College 1909-1911; Lawrence College 
1911-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Held positions as follows: Appleton Crescent, Appleton; Milwaukee 
Journal, Milwaukee; Johnson Shock Absorber Co., of Wisconsin, Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin; Overland Wisconsin Co. U. S. Navy 1918-1919. Now 
Sales Promotion and Advertising with ITarley-Davidson Motor Co., Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin. 

Member Wisconsin Chapter, Tau Kappa Alpha; Theta Phi. 



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1016. JEAN (WILEY) THICKENS. 

Present address, Menasha, Wisconsin. 
Born at Montreal, Canada, December 19, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Carroll College. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

Member of Kappa Upsilon sorority. 

Married, April 21, 1914, to Richard Erb Thickens. 

1017. BESS (WILLIAMS) VOORHEES. 

Present address, 518 H. Street, N. W M Washington, D. C. 
Born in Benezette, Pennsylvania, in 1891. 

Educated, graduated from Rib Lake, Wisconsin, high school; Lawrence 
College 1909-1913. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught at Benson, Minnesota and other places. 
Married Richard Voorhees. 
Failed to report. 

1018. SPENCER WYNDHAM WOODWORTH. 

Present address, unknown. 

Born at Cataract, Wisconsin, November 11, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degrees, B. 
A. from Lawrence; M. A. from University of Wisconsin. 
Member of Tau Kappa Alpha. 
Failed to report. 

1019. ALICE MAUD WRIGHT. 

Present address, 1715 Sunset Avenue, Seattle, Washington. 

Born at Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1887. 

Educated, Normal School in Superior; Lawrence College 1911-1913. 
Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Taught, Chilton high school 1913-1915, in high school Mulla", Idaho, 
1915-1918, in Seattle high school 1918 to present time. 

Member Latin Club; editor Lawrence Latinist of 1913. 

Traveled in Central Canada, summer of 1912; Western Canada and 
Vancouver Island. 



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1020. EDWARD J. AESCHLIMANN. 

Present address, Higher Normal College, Pekin, China. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Pastor's assistant, Rochester, New York. Secretary Y. M. C. A. at 
Great Lakes during war. 

Secretary M. M. C. A. Lawrence College. Missionary to China. 



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1021. PAUL AMUNDSON. 

Present address, 811 Tremont Bldg., Boston, Massachusetts. 

Born at Black River Falls, Wisconsin, September 22, 1892. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. Harvard University, LL. B. 1918. 

Lawyer, specializing in copy rights and investment securities. Has 
traveled extensively throughout the United States. 

Member Howard Chapter, Acacia fraternity, Boston Chamber of Com- 
merce, Boston City Club, National Exchange Club, National Travel Club, 
Knights Templar, Temple of Shriners. 

1022. REXFORD BAUMAN. 

Present address, 527 Belleview Place, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born at Shiocton, Wisconsin, June 14, 1892. 
Educated, Lawrence College, 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. 
Engaged in bank at Shiocton since graduation. 

1023. AMY (BECKER) RILLING. 

Present address, 1125 N. Central Avenue, Glendale, California. 
Born at Winneconne, Wisconsin, November 26, 1892. 
Educated, Lawrence College 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Since graduation taught in several high schools in Wisconsin. 
Member of Theta Gamma Alpha. 
Married, June 10, 1921, F. E. Rilling, a drviggist. 

1024. BERTHA GERTRUDE BISHOP. 

Home address, Mineral Point. Wisconsin. 
Born at Mineral Point, Wisconsin, in 1893. 

Educated, Mineral Point high school; Lawrence College; attended 
summer school at Madison, 1915. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught in several high schools. 
Failed to report. 

102o. ROGER CHARLES BLACKMAN 

Last address, 1140 E. Mifflin Street, Madison, Wisconsin. 
Born at West Bend, Wisconsin, February 16, 1888. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Failed to report. 

1020. CURTIS BOYCE. 

Present* address, 295 7th Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

Born at Corinth, New York, March 6, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College, 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Began business September 9, 1914, at Appleton, with Pettibone-Peabody 
Co. Later with Luther Grinding Mfg. Co., Milwaukee. From 1919-1921 
with Nunn, Bush and Weldon Shoe Co., Milwaukee. 1921 organized the 
Wisconsin Paper and Products Co., Milwaukee. 

Married, June 17, 1916, to Winifred Wilson, Lawrence graduate. 



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1027. CLARENCE LESLIE BYSTROM. 

Present address, Negaunee, Michigan. 

Born at Ishpeming, Michigan, March 13, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. Sorbonne Uni- 
versity, Paris. High school principal Rolla, North Dakota, 1914-1917. Supt. 
of schools, National Mine, Michigan, 1917-1918. U. S. Army 1918-1919. 
Principal high school Negaunee, Michigan, since 1920. 

Member Lois Club, Masons. 

Married, February 11, 1921, to Merle Tremboth, Lawrence student. 

102S. XENA CADE. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 
Born at Viroqua, October 31, 1893. 

Educated at Lawrence College 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. from Law- 
rence. 

Teaching English and mathematics in high schools. 
Failed to report. 

1029. LOTTIE CALKINS. (Deceased.) 

Died June, 1916. 

1030. VERA COBB CASS 

Present address, 117 Sperry Avenue, Stockton, California. 

Born at Viroqua, Wisconsin, July 6, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Simmons College, Bos- 
ton. University of California, summer term. 

Head Commercial Depart., Tilton Seminary, Tilton, New Hampshire, 
Also in high school, Auburn, California. Now teacher Commercial subject 
in Stockton high school. 

Member Kappa Upsilon sorority (president) ; Theta Alpha. 

1031. 3IONONA LITCILE CHENEY. 

Present address, Methodist Episcopal Mission, Peking, China. 
Born at Madison, Wisconsin, December 28, 1890. 
Educated, Barron high schools; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Teacher of History and English in high schools. Now in missionary 
work. 

1032. MAY CLARIDGE. 

Present address, Reedsburg, Wisconsin. 

Born at Reedsburg, Wisconsin, July 9, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College; summer school, University of Wisconsin 
1914. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Playground instructor in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during summer of 
1913; teacher in high schools. 

Failed to report. 

1033. ADA (COLBY) WATTS. 

Present address, Lomira, Wisconsin. 
Born at Thorpe, Wisconsin, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Taught in high schools at Bangor and Lomira, Wisconsin. 
Married, June 2, 1918, to W. J. Watts of Lomira, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Lois W., 2 years. 



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1034. EUGENE SPAULDING COLVIN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, April 8, 1892. 

Educated at Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

With Appleton Crescent. Now with Meyer Press, Appleton. 

Married to Ethel Whitmore, Lawrence graduate. One child. 

1035. KATHRYNE ELEANOR DANIEL,. 

Present address, Cambria, Wisconsin. 

Born at Randolph, Wisconsin, June 21, 1893. 

Educated, Randolph high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Teaching at Marshall, Wisconsin in North Dakota and in high schools 
in Eau Claire, Menasha and Cambria, Wisconsin. 

1036. CARL NATHAN DAVIDSON. 

Present address, Mauston, Wisconsin. 

Born at Mauston, Wisconsin, April G, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A., University of Illinois. 

Member Beta Sigma Phi, 

Failed to report. 

1037. LEAH DAVIS. 

Present address, 762 Sampson Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 

Taught in high schools of Brillion, Stevens Point, Sheboygan and 
now teaching in South Division high school, Milwaukee. 

1038. DUDLEY ORLIE FOWLER. 

Present address, C. 3. Street, Regis Apt., Duluth, Minnesota. 

Born at Fairchild, Wisconsin, July 27, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A., Lawrence. 

Employed by F. W. Woolworth Co., since July 1, 1914. Manager 
Woolworth store, Duluth, Minnesota. 

Scout Master, Rotary Club. 

Married at Lake Mills, Wisconsin, July, 1915, to Gladys Crump, 
former Lawrence student. Children: Barbara L. 5 and Winifred C, 1. 

1039. PAULINE LUCILE (GILLESPIE) WHITE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born at Kilbourn, Wisconsin, September 11, 1892. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College 1910-1914. Degree, 
B. A. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of History in several high schools. 

Member Alpha Gamma Phi, Theta Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. 

Married, 1915, to Richard J. White, '10. 

1040. FLORENCE (HAGEN) RULE. 

Present address, Lake Linden, Michigan. 

Born at Duluth, Minnesota, August 12, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1913-1914; State Normal School at 
Ypsilanti, Michigan. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence; Life Certificate from 
Ypsilanti. 

Has been teaching mathematics in high schools in Plymouth and Wis- 
consin Rapids, Wisconsin, in Duluth, Minnesota and in Lake Linden, Mich,-' 

Member Order of Eastern Star, Book Review Club, Federated Wom- 
an's Club. 

Married, July 5, 1921, to Thomas H. Rule of Lake Linden, Michigan. 



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1041. IRMA (HARD) WHISTON. 

Present address, Hamilton, New York. 

Born at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 10, 1892. 

Educated, Milwaukee South Division high school; Lawrence College.' 
Degree, B. O. from Lawrence. 

Teacher of English at Seneca and Plymouth, Wisconsin. 

Married, June 30, 1917, to Lionel Whiston, Lawrence graduate. Chil- 
dren: Lionel A., 4; Charles Arthur, 3; William, 6 months. 

1042. MARY CATHERINE HARRIS. 

Present address, 85 Rincon Road, Tucson, Arizona. 

Born at Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. 

At School for Nurses, John Hopkins Hospital, for one year. 

Failed to report. 

1043. HELEN (HUMPHREY) GODFREY. 

Present adderss, 94 Lloyd Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Pleasant Ridge, Ohio, June 8, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Head of English Department Stevens Point high school. English 
teacher Milwaukee State Normal. 

Married, April 24, 1918, to A. L. Godfrey, a lawyer. Children: Thomas 
C, 18 months. 

1044. HENRY JOHNSON. 

Present address, 390 Clement Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Racine, Wisconsin, September 8, 1881. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. School of Theology, 
Boston University. Degree, S. T. B. M. A. degree, Boston University. 
Studied several summers at Northwestern University. Pastor M. E. 

church, Milwaukee. 

Married, Lulu Jewell, graduate of Lawrence. 

1045. ALDEN MILLER JOHNSTON. 

Present address, 322 W t Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born at Ishpeming, Michigan, June 21, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College 1911-1914; one year at Northwestern 
University, Evanston, Illinois. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Accepted position of city salesman with Midland Paper Co. of Chicago, 
a wholesale paper house, September, 1914. 

Failed to report. 

1040. RAYMOND CARL KRUEGER. 

Present address, 906 Fox Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Traveling salesman for Eagle Mfg. Co. 1914-1917. Advertising man- 
ager 1917-1918. Aviation branch U. S. Navy 1918. Secretary Fox River 
Traction Co. 1919 to present. 

Married, May 17, 1917, to Edna Saiberlich of Appleton. 



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1047. GEORGE CHARLES KUNDE. 

Present address, Minocqua, Wisconsin. 
Born at Meehan, Portage County, Wisconsin. 
Parents, successful farmers. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree B. A. In 1900 learned the 
harnessmaker's trade. 

Has been in the ministry since 1912. 

1048. HENRIETTA M. LEY. 

Present address, 1018 Cherry Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born at De Pere, Wisconsin, 1890. 

Educated, De Pere high school; Milwaukee State Normal School; Law- 
rence College. Degree, B. O. from Lawrence. University of Wisconsin. 

Teacher of English and Expression at Wautoma and Neenah, Wis- 
consin. Okmulgee. Oklahoma and Green Bay. One summer doing lyceum 
work for Red Cross; one doing war work at Washington, D. C. Gave 
recitals at Pine River and Wild Rose. 

1049. RUTH MIELKE. 

Present address, Shawano, Wisconsin. 
Born at Shawano, Wisconsin, June 27, 1890. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 
Began teaching in Jefferson high school. Taught in Shawano. Now 
librarian in Appleton high school. 

Member of Theta Alpha sorority. 

1050. MARIAN SOPHIA McCRAY. 

Present address, 408 N. Pine Street, Platteville, Wisconsin. 

Born at Green Lake, Wisconsin, May 28, 1885. 

Who Am I? 

"I am the same brown-eyed Susan — I mean Marian — who came from 
Green Lake, Wisconsin, into Lawrence Academy in 1906. Long ago? Yes, 
but I am younger now. 

Doc Sammy says, "What has bin a doin?" In 1911 when my class- 
mates were leaving Lawrence, I was graduated from Northwestern Uni- 
versity School of Oratory. After that I taught two years, in the State 
University of Iowa, and in McKendree College. Then I became hungry 
again and returned to Lawrence to be fed. In 1915 Lawrence conferred 
the M. A. degree, after I had spent three quarters at Chicago U. The 
degree seems to stick, although Professor Treat forgot to put my "collar" 
on. After teaching in New London high school four years, I came to 
Platteville Normal where I teach English and serve as Dean of Women. 

How do you spend your summers, I wonder. I sometimes give enter- 
tainments, sometimes teach, sometimes stay at home. In the summer of 
1919, I had a glorious vacation in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. 
When I am married (joke!) the ceremony will be performed in the Bridal 
Chamber of the Cave of the Winds, or some similar place." 

1051. PAUL JUDSON MAC KINNEY. 

Present address, Augusta, Wisconsin. 

Born at Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 1, 1891. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Lawrence College; University of 
Chicago. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

Been pastor at Minocqua. Milwaukee and Augusta, Wisconsin. Done 
considerable evangelistic work. 

Married, January 1, 1916, to Rena Ballard of Appleton, Children: 
David 5, Vera 3, Mark 1. 



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1052. OKA (OOSTERHOUS) SHELLEY. 

Present address, Mattoon, Wisconsin. 

Born, Town of Lyndon, Sheboygan county, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Plymouth high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Married at Plymouth, Wisconsin, October 21, 1914, to C. M. Shelley, 
class of 1912. See No. 946. Children: Ellen Jane 6; Howard 4; Alice 2. 

1053. FLORENCE (PLANTZ) GOCHNAUER. 

Present address, 646 So. Webster Avenue, Green Bay. 
Born at Detroit, Michigan, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Graduate work at Ohio 
State University. 

For a time was assistant librarian at Lawrence College. 

Member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, Theta Alpha, P. E. A. sisterhood, 

A. A. U. W. Had charge of Relief Work for fatherless children of 
France for Wood Co., Wisconsin. 

Married, at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 27, 1915, to Harry Goch- 
nauer, a sanitary engineer and former Lawrence student. Children: Harry 
Wallace, 7 months. 

1054. OSWALD HENRY PLENZKE. 

Present address, 356 Second Street, Menasha, Wisconsin. 

Born at Newburg, Wisconsin, September 16, 1888. 

Educated, State Normal School, Oshkosh; Lawrence College. Degree, 

B. A. from Lawrence. Graduate work University of Wisconsin 

For two years was principal of state graded schools; at present principal 
of Menasha high school. President Menasha Club, President Northeastern 
Wis. Teachers Association. 

Married at Appleton, Wisconsin, to Edith Kirchner of Appleton. Chil- 
dren : Ruth, 4 years. 

1055. CHARLES M. PORS 

Present address, 210 W. 6th Street, Marshfield, Wisconsin. 

Born at Marshfield, Wisconsin, April 1, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Law department, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. In army during the war. Lawyer, firm Pors, Ed- 
wards and Pors. Secretary Marshfield Building and Loan Association. 

Member Rotary Club. 

Married, June 25, 1919, to Anne Person of Sparta. Children, 

Christine, 6 months. 

1050. GEORGE E. REYNOLDS. 

Present address, 1416 "F" Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Born at Orfordville, Wisconsin, July 23, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. 

1057. PEARL RICHARDSON. 

Present address, Sparta, Wisconsin. 
Born, La Crosse county, Wisconsin, January 9, 1889. 
Educated, Sparta high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

High school teacher. 

Member of Theta Gamma Delta sorority. 

Failed to report. 



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1458, ELLEN ELIZA (ROWELL) MoCLE\EGHA\. 

Present address. 

Born at Appleton, Wisconsin, August 30, 1S93. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree. B. A. from Lawrence. 

Studied music at Lawrence Conservatory of Music. 

Married. F. L. McCleneghan. Lawrence graduate. 

1059. ERWIN WALTER SAIBERLICH. 

Present address. 782 Drew Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Service man and salesman for Eagle Mfg. Co. Later catalogue and 
advertising work and later superintendent of machine shops with same 
concern. In U. S. army as chief machinist's mate, aviation department. 
In 1919 helped organize the Fox River Traction Co. and holds the position 
of engineer. President Young Peoples Association, Evangelical Associa- 
tion for three years. 

Married, October 9, 1915, to Nellie A. Wiegand of Milwaukee, former 
Lawrence student. 

1060. C. BEECHER SCOTT. 

Present address, New Lisbon, Wisconsin. 

Born at Cleveland, Minnesota, February 6, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Institute 
Agronimique, Paris, A. E. F. University, France. 

Engaged with Woolworth & Co. three years. Two years in army. 15 
months over seas. Had charge of property account of Department of 
Quartermaster, Paris. Assistant state survey leader, Interchurch World 
Movement, Survey work for State University. In Oregon to recover 
health. Xow manager Fox Theater, Xew Lisbon. 

Visited Niagara Falls, Buffalo, New York and other places of interest 
in the East. 

Married, May 6, 1922, to Yerna A. Mayo. 

1001. MARGARET SHERMAN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1002. HERMAN FREDERICK SMITH. 

Present address, School Administration Bldg., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born at Smithland, Iowa, October 6, 1889. 

Graduated from Yoice Department, Highland Park College, Des 
Moines, Iowa, 1913; Lawrence Conservatory of Music, Appleton, Wisconsin, 
1914. Degree, B. M. from Lawrence. American Conservatory of Music. 

Taught at Lawrence Conservatory, Washington high school, Milwau- 
kee. Was in war service 18 months. At present supervisor of music in 
Milwaukee. 

Married, 1922, to Irma Pynn, a former Lawrence student. 

1003. JESSIE (SMITH) CLIFFORD. 

Present address, 3051 Humes PI., Seattle, Washington. 
Educated, Appleton high scho.ol; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Began teaching History and German in Blair high school immediately 
after graduation. Taught in Alaska. 
Married to Leo Clifford. 



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IO«4. EDITH JOYCE SPRAY. 

Present address, 319 Pleasant Street, Beloit, Wisconsin. 

Born at Tombstone, Arizona, May 8, 1891. 

Educated at Stevens Point high school; Whitewater State Normal; 
Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Chicago University. 

Teacher in Racine, Sheboygan and Columbia City. Visited Alaska and 
Yellowstone Park, 1921. 



1065. 3IABEL, (STANCHFIELD) COL.BURN. 

Present address, 18 Evans Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Born at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, October 13, 1892. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. O. 
Taught in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Active in church work. 
Member Wednesday Club of Oshkosh. 

Married, September 12, 1916, to R. H. Colburn of Chippewa Falls. 
Children: Gertrude, 4 years. 

JO«G. MARJORIE (STEVENSON) MORPHY. 

Present address 296 Kildare Road, Walkerville, Canada. 

Born at Aurora, September 3, 1894. 

Educated, Aurora high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. from 
Lawrence. 

1914-1915, studied Household Science at Toronto University. 

Member Alpha Gamma Phi. 

Married, June 8, 1918, to R. S. Morphy of Montreal, Quebec. Chil- 
dren: Barbara Kathleen, two and one-half years; Elizabeth Ann, 1 year. 

H>(!7. MARGARET (STOPPENBACH) WHITMORE. 

Present address, Menasha, Wisconsin. 
Born at Tacoma, Washington, October 23, 1892. 

Educated, Boise, Idaho, high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught History in various high schools. 
Member Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Gamma Phi. 
Married to Lester Whitmore of Neenah, Wisconsin. 

1008. JAMES EARL TIPPET. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born at Ripon, Wisconsin, September 19, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

For a time with Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett Co., wholesale hardware 
establishment, Chicago, Illinois. Was in world war stationed at Camp 
Custer in training troops. First Lieutenant. Now with Wisconsin River 
Supply Co. 

1069. KRISHNABIA TULASKER. 

Present address, Allahabad, India. 

.Studied at University of Wisconsin and Columbia University. 

At head of a girls school in India. 



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1070. E. EUGENE VANDEHEI. 

Present address, Bliss, Idaho. 
Born at Marion, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Following up salesmanship work begun "during first year at Lawrence. 
Won the prize in salesmanship which was a trip to the Exposition. 
Traveled extensively over the western part of the United States. 
Failed to report. 

1071. STEWART S. WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 712 S. Wisconsin Street, Mitchell, South Dakota. 

Born at Clintonville, Wisconsin, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. Northwestern University . 

Employee, State Capitol, Madison, Wisconsin in Reference Library. 

Member U. S. Army, overseas 1917-1919. Professor of Commerce 
Dakota Wesleyan University. 

Member Beta Sigma Phi. 

Favorite sport, football. 

Married, 1919, to Germaine Roig of Bordeaux, France. 

1072. ROBERT J. WILSON. 

Present address, 1408 E. Second Street, Duluth, Minnesota. 

Born at Granville, Wisconsin, October 10, 1889. 

Educated, Markesan high school; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. George Washington University, Washington, D. C. Sep- 
tember, 1915. 

Was in Y. M. C. A. work in Duluth. Now General Manager Western 
Steel Products Co. 

Married, September, 1916, to Josephine Peck, a Lawrence graduate. 
Children: Bruce, one and one-half years. 

1073. CAROLINE (WINEGARD) ROEPKE. 

Present address, Birmingwood, Wisconsin. 

Born at De Pere, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Oshkosh Normal School; Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught at Birnamwood, Wisconsin, 1914-1915. 

Married, February, 22, 1918, to A. J. Roepke of Birnamwood, Wis. 
Children: Helen Jean, 3; John Willard, 9 months. 

1074. PALL C. WINNER. 

Present address, Washington Heights, Port Washington, Wisconsin. 

Born at Elk Creek, Wisconsin, May 24, 1892. 

Educated, at Lawrence College, 1910-1914. Degree, B. A. 

Began teaching at Port Washington 1914. 
Harvard School of Business Administration. 25 months U. S. Air service 
as pilot A. E. F. Now general sales manager Wisconsin Chair Co. Vice- 
President Balanced Valve Motor Co. Secretary Badger Development Co. 
Secretary and treasurer of The Hansen Dennett-Winner Co. 

Past Commander American Legion. Knights of Phythias. 

Married, September 20, 1919, Jeanne Dennett of Port Washington. 



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lOTS. MILTON WOODWORTH. 

Present address, R. F. D. 2, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born January 10, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College, University of Wisconsin, graduate work 
in Philosophy and Socialogy. Preached for a time in M. E. church, Wis 
cousin Conference. Since 1915 been engaged farming. 

Married 1907 to Mary Harding. Children: Jean Ruth, 4. 



LIX. CLASS OF 1915. 



1077. HAROLD OLAV BACH. 

Present address, Route No. 3, Aneta, North Dakota. 

Born at Namsos, Norway, March 22, 1885. 

Educated, Chicago Lutheran Seminary; postgraduate work Northwest- 
ern University. Degrees, A. B. Lawrence, B. D. Lutheran Seminary, A. 
M. Northwestern University. At present pastor in Norwegian Lutheran 
Church of America, stationed at Aneta, North Dakota. 

Married, September 5, 1914, to Agnes M. Hansen from Copenhagen, 
Denmark. Children: Anna Marie, 6 years; Jacob Olav, 3 years and Haakon 
Agnar, 1 year. 

J 078. KATHRYN FLORENCE BEACH. 

Failed to report. 

107!). HANNAH BENYAS. 

Present address, Menominee, Michigan. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 

Been teaching in high schools in various cities in Wisconsin and Mich 
igan. 

1080. MILTON SAMUEL BOASE. 

Present address. — Failed to report. 

1081. WILLIAM ROBERT BRUCE. 

Present address, Menasha, Wisconsin. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Chemist for manufacturing plant. 

1082. ADELBERT GEORGE BOUCHARD. 

Present address, 97 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, Trout Lake, Michigan, May 31, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College, University of Michigan Law School. 
Degree, A. B. from Lawrence, J. D. University of Michigan Law School. 

Taught in high schools in Sparta, Wisconsin, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 
West Division high school, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With the A. E. F. in 
France 1918-1919. At present practicing law in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Married, April 6, 1918, to Marion Van Dyke from Fond du Lac, Wis- 
consin. Children: Jean, age 2 years 8 months. 



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10S3. REGINALD E. CAVES. 

Present address, Dalton, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 24, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College, summer school University of Wisconsin. 
Degree, A. B. from Lawrence. 

Taught Mathematics New London high school. Sales manager Wis- 
consin Cabinet and Panel Company. 1918-1919 U. S. Navy Great Lakes, 
Illinois. 1919 to present in General Merchandise business at Delton, Wis- 
consin, also postmaster. 

Member Oriental Consistory and Medinah Temple, Chicago, Illinois. 

Married, August 26, 1919, Edith Waterman of Hancock, Wisconsin. 

1084. HESTER (COTTON) WOLFF. 

Present address, Oconto Falls, Wisconsin. 
Born, December 5, 1892. 
Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 
Taught in various high schools. 

Married, 1918, Lee Wolff of Gladstone, Michigan. Children: Dexter 
Lee, 2 years, William Alcott, 6 months. 

10S5. CAMILLE COUMBE. 

Present address, 631 Church Street, Richland Center, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College, University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. 
Lawrence. 

Taught English, Tulsa high school, Oklahoma., also West high school, 
Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

I08G. RAYMOND BERT CRAMER. 

Present address, 365 Browning View Street, Akron, Ohio. 

Born, West Union, New 1 York. 

Education, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Pastor in several Methodist churches in Wisconsin. 1920 professor 
Biblical Literature and Missions Union College, Barbourville, Ky. 1922 
pastor M. E. church, Akron, Ohio. 

Married, 1904, Louisa F. Lackie, Duluth, Minnesota. Children: Luellyn 
A., 16 years, M. Douglas, 14 years, Marion Ward, 7 years. 

1087. GEORGE K. EGGLESTON. 

Present address, Dallas, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1088. IRMA KASSANDRA ERB. (Deceased.) 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

1089. ALICE CAMERON FELDT. 

Present address, 180 12th Street, Apt. 24, Milwaukee. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Oshkosh Normal. Degree, B. A. Law- 
rence. 

Taught, Menominee, Michigan, Virginia, Minnesota, Milwaukee North 
Division high school. 

Camp Fire Guardian, Y. W. C. A. Campaign Worker, Eastern Star 
and White Shrine member. 

Traveled extensively in West and throughout Canada. 



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J (K>0. FLORENCE EMILY FELL. 

Present address, Mayville, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1890, at Mayville, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. 15. 

Taught Cashton, Wisconsin, Escanaba, Michigan, and Oshkosh high 
school for the last four years. Expects to attend Columbia University dur- 
ing coming year. 

1001. WILLARD S. FORD. 

Present address, 805 Kimball Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Monticello, Wisconsin, April 20, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin summer term. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Teacher of science and mathematics Ft. Atkinson high school, supt. 
of schools new London, Wisconsin. Director of Vocational education, 
Appleton, since 1920. 

Y. M. C. A. Fraternal Order, Rotary Club. 

Married, August 9, 1916, to Etta Hammond of River Falls, Wisconsin. 
Children: Jack Hammond, four and one-half years; Carol Ellen, nine 
months. 

1002. ETHEL MARIE FRAWLEY. 

Present address, Chilton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1093. LELA ANNETTE GOBLE. 

Present address, 241 Madison Street, Lancaster, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 
Residing with parents since graduation. 

1004. LAURA LAVINIA GODFREY. . 

Failed to report. 

1095. DOROTHY MARY GREGORY. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught various high schools. At present teaching in Appleton high 
school in English department. For a time with hardware concern, Duluth, 
Minnesota. 

1000. EMMA (HARPER) APPLEGATE. 

Present address, 167 Washington Street, Hartford, Connecticut. 

Born, Brodhead, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Assistant in Lawrence library one year. Teacher of English in Apple 
ton three years. Over seas as librarian with Y. M. C. A. for one year 
during world war. 

Married, October 26, 1921, Harry S. Applegate of New York City. 



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1097. FRANCES MARGUERITE (HOGG) BUTTON. 

Present address, Neilsville, Wisconsin. 

Born, Rockford, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Library School University of Wisconsin. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Cataloger Montana Public Library, cataloger La Crosse, Wisconsin, 
Public Library. In charge of cataloging department, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
Librarian Neilsville Free Library. 

Married, August 27, 1920, to Lawrence Button from Melrose, Wisconsin. 

109S. INEZ (HOOPER) NORTHEY. 

Present address, Dousman, Wisconsin, R. 2. 
Born, Palmyra, January, 1894. 
Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 

Married, December 28, 1916, W. D. Northey, Palmyra, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Lawrence Boyd, 4 years; Richard John, 2 years. 

1099. EDITH (HORNIBROOK) COLLINS. 

Present address, 618 W. 14th Street, Spokane, Washington. 

Born, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College, University of Washington and also 
private expression work. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Taught in high schools at Ripon, Wisconsin, Sioux Ste. Marie, Michi- 
gan, Seattle, Washington, Milwaukee, Washington, Detroit, Michigan. 

Married, January 30, 1922, to E. A. Collins of Seattle, Washington. 

1104). IDA MAE HUMBLE. 

Present address, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Taught for some time after graduation in North Dakota. 

Failed to report. 

1101. WILLIAM ARTHUR JENNINGS. 

Present address, Azusa, California. 

Born, August 22, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Garrett Biblical Institute. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, S. G. B. Garrett. 

Occupation, Christian minister. 

Leader Y. M. C. A. group, member of Mason organization, Chamber 
of Commerce, Southern California Association of Education. 

Married, June 24, 1915, Carol Pseil of Appleton, Wisconsin. No chil- 
dren. 

1102. DONNA (JOHNS) HOYT. 

Present address, 620 East 5th Street, Duluth, Minnesota. 
Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. Since then engaged in 
Civil Service. Now postal clerk in Post Office at Duluth. 



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1103. LEWIS J. KELLNER. 

Present address, 860 N. 10th Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Born, April 27, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. E. 

Principal of high school for three years. Became partner in the firm 
of M. Kellner & Sons Co., in fall of 1917. Entered service in the Army 
May 5th, 1918. Served until January 30th, 1919. Is now with Kellner & 
Sons, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Member of Lion's Club, Masonic Lodge, American Legion, Directoi 
of Episcopal Choir of 40 members. Member of Mozart Club. 

Married, May 14, 1918, to Irma Baumgarten, Neenah, Wisconsin, 
former Lawrence student. Children: Mary Kellner, 1 year. 

1104. ELSIE E. KOPLIN. 

Present address, 112 South Madison Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 6, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Northwestern University. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. A. Northwestern. 

Has for some years been teaching in the West Side High School of 
Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

llOo. LUCILLE MARCY. 

Present address, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

llOfi. ELLA MAY MARTIN. 

Present address, 588 Russell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 4, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. A. University of Wisconsin. Candidate for doctor's degree 
in same institution. 

Taught 3>4 years in high schools after graduation. Then spent two 
and one-half years in graduate studies, University of Wisconsin. Was 
assistant in the Botany Department. In September, 1921, came to Kansas 
Wesleyan University to teach Biology. 

Member of Sigma Xi, Botanical Society of America, and American 
Association for the Advancement of Science. 

JI07. HUGH ALEXANDER MISDALL. 

Present address, Rhinelander, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1108. CHASE FREDERICK MIX. 

Present address, 762 N. Genessee Street, Waukegan, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 

MOO. BERTHA MAY MORSE. 

Present address, R. F. D., Box 87, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1110. FREDERICK LOGAN MoCLENEGHAN. 

Present address, 1416 School Street, Rockford, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 



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1111. LUDWIG GRANT MGH. 

Present address, Alden, Illinois. 

Born, April 27, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Member of the firm of J. R. Nigh & .Sons. Member Oxford Uni- 
versity Club, postmaster Alden, Illinois. Attended Northwestern Univer- 
sity Commercial School 1921. Connected with the B. F. Goodrich Rubber 
Company, Rockford, Illinois, 1919-1921. 

1112. JESSIE MAE OBERDORFER. 

Present address, Stephenson, Michigan. 
Failed to report. 

1113. STELLA RUTH O'BREIX. 

Present address, 5 Genessee Street, Iron River, Michigan. 

Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin two summer terms. Degree, 
A. B. Lawrence. Taught school at Cornucopia, Wisconsin. Since 1918 
been teacher of English and History in the high school at Ft. Wayne, Wis. 

1114. LAWRENCE JAMES O'ROl'RKE. 

Present address, 1800 Virginia Avenue, Washington, D. C. 
Failed to report. 

1115. OLIVE J. OTTO. 

Present address, State Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; graduate work University of Wiscon- 
sin. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Has been occupied as a teacher most of the time since graduation. 

111«. JOSEPHINE (PECK) WILSON. 

Present address, Western Steel Products Co., Duluth, Minnesota. 
Born, Chicago, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Married, September, 1916, to Robert J. Wilson. Lawrence graduate. 
Children: Bruce Adelbert, l]/ 2 years of age. 

1117. CARRIE SERENA PECKHAM. 

Present address, Ironton, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 5, 1891. 

Educated, La Crosse Normal School; Lawrence College; University of 
Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. Lawrence, M. A. University of Wisconsin. 

Since graduation, missionary. Teacher in Kwassin Jo Gakko Girl's 
School (College) at Nagasaki, Japan, until 1920. In 1922 studying at the 
University of Wisconsin, and speaking in the interests of the W. F. M. S. 



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1118. OLEDA SCHROTTKY. 

Present address, 189 Lexington Street, New York City. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated. Lawrence College; Minnesota University; Curry School of 
Expression; Boston School of Theater Yvette Gilbert. 

Teacher of English and Public Speaking in Menominee high school. 
Assistant instructor of Dramatics, Mt. Holyoke College, Girl Scout instruc- 
tor, field department. 

Story Telling Dramatics for children. 

1119. ETHEL SHERMAN. 

Present address, 777 Harris Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Occupation that of a teacher. 

1120. MARIEM (SMITH) MORGAN. 

Present address, 14606 Potomac Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Born, Oakfield, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 
Taught four years in high schools. 
Member of Milwaukee A. A. U. W. 

Married, September 11, 1919, to C. S. Morgan of Oakfield, Wisconsin. 
Ripon graduate. Children: John Smith, 15 months. 

1121. MINNIE C. SMITH. 

Present address, River Falls, Wisconsin. 
Born, River Falls, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 

Been teaching in high schools at Deerfield, Marshfield, Hudson and 
Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1122. MARY JANE STILES. 

Present address, Isabella Apts. 130 S. Flower St., Los Angeles, 
California. 

Failed to report. 

1123. EDITH (STUART) JOHNSON. 

Present address, Second Street, River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 11, 1891. 

Educated, Platteville Normal School; Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Taught in River Falls high school for four years. 

Married, December 31, 1919, to A. N. Johnson of Madison, Wisconsin, 
professor in the Platteville Normal School. Children: Margaret E., 11 
months. 

1124. MARJORIE MAE SWEETMAN. 

Present address, 506 Alton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 23, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 

Been teaching in Waukegan high school for several years. Member 
Alpha Delta Pi sorority; also Alumni Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi in 
Chicago. Will teach next year in Appleton high school. 



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111*5. LAURA E. TICHENOR. 

Present address, Deer Lodge, Montana. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Osteopath Medical School Kirksville, Mo., 
and Osteopath Medical School, Des Moines, Iowa. Degree, A. B. Lawrence; 
Osteopath degree from Des Moines. 

Osteopath Practitioner at Deer Lodge. 

Married, 1917, to Helen Stain, Boeman, Montana. Children: Robert, 
4 years. 

1126. WALTER S. TIPPET. 

Present address, 703 Lawe Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 14, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin, and Medicai 
School of University of Illinois. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Taught Stevens Point high school, 1915-1917. Entered Army Service 
May 12, 1917. One year in France with 32nd Division. Began studying 
medicine University of Wisconsin when discharged. At present finishing 
course in Chicago, University of Illinois Medical School. 

Married — -"No, but has prospects." 



1127. DAVID P. UNRUH. 

Present address, 305 No. Park Street, Shawnee, Oklahoma. 

Born, 1887, Henderson, Nebraska. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Degree of B. M. Postgraduate work 
Chicago Musical College. Also Plymouth University. 

Head of Voice Department, Adrian, Michigan. Acting Dean, Hast- 
ings College. Head of Voice Department, Baylor University. Head of 
Voice Department, Oklahoma Baptist University. At present Dean of 
Conservatory of Oklahoma City College, Oklahoma City. Director of the 
Shawnee Choral Society. 

1128. EARL C. VAN DUSEN. 

Present address, unknown. 



1120. WALLACE LEO VELTE. 

Present address, Hiawatha, Utah. 

Born, Tustin, Wisconsin, January 16, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

1915-1916 assistant secretary C. & N. W. R. R., V. M. C. A. 1916-1919. 
1919 to present time, organized three branches of Y. M. C. A.'s in prop- 
erties of United States Fuel Company, located in Carvin County, Utah. At 
present in charge of the work as general secretary. 

Married, August 7, 1918, to Sarah Grace Smith, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Children: Wallace, Jr., age 3. 

11.30. ROBERT LLOYD WATSON. 

Present address, 2035 Eastwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, Brandon, Wisconsin, May 1, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

First Lieutenant 121st M. G. Battalion, 32nd Division. The Chicago 
manager of Branch Office of the Tuttle Press Company of Appleton, Wis- 
consin. 

Member Chicago Alumni Chapter Sigma Fi Epsilon. 

Married, August 6, 1921, to Florence Malrn of Chicago, Illinois. 



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1131. ARNO E. WENTZ. 

Present address, 745 36th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 14, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. P>. 

Taught Wabeno high school 191.")-1918. Served United States Army, 
Motor Truck Company 413, January 9, 1918 to July 28, 1919. Student at 
Marquette School of Dentistry since October 1, 1919. 

1132. LIOIVEL, ARJVEY WHISTOKT. 

Present address, Hamilton, New York. 

Born, January 20, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Boston University. Degree, A. B. Law- 
rence, S. D. B. Boston University. 

Phi Beta Kappa. Member of Northern New York Conference of the 
Methodist-Episcopal Church. Now serving at Hamilton, New York. 

Marrie, June 30, 1917, to Irma M. Hard of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Lawrence graduate. Children: Lionel A. Jr., 4 years; Charles A., 3 years; 
William B., 6 months. Charles Arthur, born March 1920, (deceased). 



LX. CLASS OF 1916. 



1133. DOROTHY (AMES) TAYLOR. 

Present address, 1011 Sth Street, S. E., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Born, New Richmond. Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught in high schools at Waterman and Freeport, Illinois. 
Married, 1919 to J. B. Taylor from Wisconsin Rapids. Children: 
Robert William, 1 year. 

1134. MAIN LEY AUSTIN. 

Present address, Reeseville, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1135. PARKER HAIRD. 

Present address, Spokane, Washington. 

Born, January 31, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Ohio State University. Degrees, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. A. Ohio State University. 

Taught Ohio State University 1916-1917. Bureau of Mines and Chem- 
ical Warfare Service in the world war. Chemical and safety engineer 
Inland Empire Paper Co., Spokane, Washington, 1919-1922. 

Member Technical Association of Pulp and Paper Industry. Had sev- 
eral publications in technical journals. 

Married, May 20, 1922, to Miss Millin, Spokane, Washington. Chil- 
dren: Parker K. Jr., 1 year old. 

1136. IRVIN V. RAKER. 

Present address, Mattoon, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 16, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Present occupation, farming. 

Married, Winifred Clark of Howarden, Iowa. 



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J 137. MABEL (BANFOHD) EATON. 

Present address, Waseca, Minnesota. 

Born, 1891, at Plymouth, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been teaching in high schools since graduation until married. 

Married, June 28, 1922, to E. F. Eaton, Plymouth, Wisconsin. 

1138. FLOYD BERRY. 

Present address, 1103 N. Austin Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Started out teaching in high schools, but soon went into real estate 
in Chicago. In 1919 opened an office for himself. 

Married, September 24, 1917, to Alice Deming, of Chicago, Illinois, 
Lawrence graduate. 

1139. LENAH BISHOP. 

Present address, 1600 Ogden Avenue, Superior, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Been teaching English in high school. Done some work at Chicago 
University. 

Member of the Superior A. A. U. W. 

1140. JOHN THOMAS BOWDEN. 

Present address, 440 19th Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 8, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence and also M. A. B. D. from Garrett Biblical Institute. 

Pastor of churches in Wisconsin Conference now located in Milwaukee 

Married, October 7, 1919, to Delilah L. Ziemes from New London, 
Wis. Children: One, 3 months old. 

1141. JESSE M. CHAPMAN. 

Present address, Crookston, Minnesota. 

Born, June 13, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College, graduate work one semester University of 
Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Taught high school at Kewaunee, Wisconsin 1916-1917. Was in Army 
Service as 2nd Lieutenant 1918. 1919 supervising principal Wautoma, 
Wisconsin. 1919-1921 supervising principal Planeheld, Wisconsin. At 
present principal of high school at Crookston, Minnesota. 

Married, January 11, 1919, to Hazel Gilson, Tomah, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Laura, one and one-half years old. 

1142. ELVA CLARK. 

Present address, unknown. j 

Failed to report. 

1143. JESSIE (COCHRANE) SMITH. 

Present address, 3821 Montrose Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 



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1144. LYSLE R. COLEMAN. 

Present address, Crete, North Dakota. 

Born, January 11, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Teacher of Science 1917-1918, Langdon high school, Langdon, North 
Dakota. 1918-1919 U. S. Army, 2nd Lieutenant. 1919 to present time 
assistant cashier, Crete State Bank. Special deputy examiner, assistant 
receiver. 

1145. BESSIE (CRAGOE) FOSTER. 

Present address, 314 No. Broad Street, Elkhorn, Wisconsin. 

Born, Oakfield, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught for a time. 

Member Delphian Club, Elkhorn. Also Philharmonic Club. Member 
Eastern Star. 

Married, March 12, 1918, to William A. Foster of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. 
Children: Margaret Mary, 16 months. 

1140. EMILY C. CRIPPS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin, Route 7. 
Born, Duluth, Minnesota. 

Educated, Lawrence College; A. B. degree. 

Been teaching since graduating at Pulaski and Little Chute and Wash- 
burn, Wisconsin. High school librarian at Washburn. 

1147. ARTHUR DORSEV DAVIS. 

Present address, Telluride, Colorado. 

Born, Ashland, Wisconsin, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Colorado School of Mines. Degrees, A. 
B. Lawrence, E. M. Colorado School of Mines. 

Instructor and Coach in Athletics, Tomah, Wisconsin, 1916-1917. 1917- 
1919 in United States Army. A. E. F. 18 months in General Ileadcpiarters 
and Central Record Office of Reg. 7, Sgt. Maj. 1919-22 Colorado School 
of Mines. 

Member Beta Theta Fraternity. 

At present assistant engineer Smuggler Union Mines, Telluride, Colo- 
rada. 

1148. LYDIA (EASTMAN) PIERCE. 

Present address, 450 So. Irving Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 

11411. LINDA A. EICKMAN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Wesley Hospital Training School for 
Nurses. Degrees, A. B. Lawrence, R. N. Wesley Hospital. 

Taught two years at Seneca high school, and then three years in study 
at Wesley Hospital, graduating at Northwestern University in June. Pro- 
fession, nurse. 



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1150. NORA (EXLEY) PAGE. 

Present address, 309 Broad Street, Menasha, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1151. HARRY FISK. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1152. ALBERT L. PRANZKE. 

Present address, 809 Second Avenue, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 7, 1895, Forest Jet., Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Chicago School of Civics; University of 
Wisconsin. Degrees, A. B. and M. A. Lawrence. 

Instructor of Junior high school at Stoughton, Wisconsin. Student 
Chicago School of Civics and one year of social service work in Chicago. 
Chautauqua work for a couple of summers. Director of Education and 
Americanization with Y. M. C. A. Duluth, Minnesota. Director of Recrea- 
tion and Americanization, Kimberly-Clark Co. At present instructor in 
Public Speaking and Economics, Lawrence College. 

Member of Masonic Lodge. 

115^. ELLEN GIBSON. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1154. LYDIA GLASER. 

Present address, 1056 Appleton Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1155. LAURA GORDON. 

Present address, Iola, Wisconsin. 
Born, Poy Sippi, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Since graduating taught three years at Iola, Wisconsin, two years at 
Edgar, Wisconsin. At present teaching in Iola. 

1156. VERONICA J. (GREEN) JOHNSON. 

Present address, 693 Drew Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Santa Clara College; Lawrence College; graduate work- 
Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin summer session. Degree, A. B. 
Taught History and English three years Rhinelander high school. 
Married to Walter Johnson of Rhinelander. 

1157. HERMAN HARTMANN. 

Present address, R. F. D. 1, Campbellsport, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 14, 1882. 

Educated, Gymnasium Xeustadt, Germany; Mission House College; 



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Mission House Theological Seminary; Lawrence College. Degrees, A. B. 
Mission House College, same degree Lawrence College. 

Minister in Reformed Church of United States. Served in Appleton 
and in Campbellsport, Wisconsin. 

Married, June 27, 1916, to Jessie G. Ferstineau of Saginaw, Michigan, 
instructor of German at Lawrence. Children: Elizabeth Dorothy, two and 
one-half years old. 

1158. ESTHER (HAYTER) MARTIN. 

Present address, 124 So. Franklin Street, Shawano. Wisconsin. 

Born, May 30, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught two years after leaving college. 

Married, October 12, 1920, to Lester Martin of Shawano, Wisconsin. 

1150. VIOLET ANNA HOGAN. 

Present address, 520 W. "B", Iron Mountain, Michigan. 
Born, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Been teaching since graduation. At present teaching History in Iron 
Mountain high school. 

1100. DOROTHY (HOLBROOK) FARRELL. 

Present address, Escanaba, Michigan. 
Failed to report. 

1101. RUTH HUDSON. 

Present address, 40 Baker Street, San Francisco, California. 

Born, October 24, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Now bookkeeper with Enterprise Paper Co. 

1162. ROY L. HUMPHREYS. 

Present address, 1327 6th Street, S., Fargo, North Dakota. 

Born, Starkville, Colorado, July 23, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

For a time after graduation, assistant in Mining Engineering. Then 
assistant Boy's Secretary Y. M. C. A. Duluth, Minnesota. At present 
Boy's Secretary, Chicago Y. M. C. A. North Dakota. 

Member Champion Volley Ball Team. Member Masonic Order. 

Married, August 1, 1917, to Agnes M. Herbst from Fairchild, Wiscon- 
sin. Children: Eva Jean, 4 years; Roy L., 1 year. 

1163. CLYDE HUNTING. 

Present address, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Teaching in Stevens Point high school. 
Failed to report. 

1164. ADDIE (HURLEY) RAMSDELL. 

Present address, 812 6th Avenue, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



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1165. BLANCHE JENNEY. 

Present address, 319 E. Exchange, Owosso, Michigan. 

Born, March 2, 1894, at Harrietta, Michigan. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Michigan summer session. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Taught History and Mathematics Peshtigo high school, Eagle River, 
Wisconsin, and Owosso high school. Interested in Y. W. C. A. and 
church work. President of Owosso Teachers' Club. 

1166. ARTHUR J. JOHNSON. 

Present address, Box 32, Dousman, Wisconsin. 

Born, Woodstock, Illinois, January 25, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught for a time in high schools. At present is minister in the 
Methodist Church. 

Married, July 2, 1918, to Helen Ketchum from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 
Lawrence student. Children: Ruth Mary, 3; Doris Lillian, one and one-half 
years old. 

1167. ELLEN KAYSER. 

Present address, unknown. 
Failed to report. 

1168. ZELLA (KEENE) EWERS. 

Present address, Marion, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1169. ANNA (KELLMAN) WHITCHURCH. 

Present address, 813 Foster Street, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born, Galesville, Illinois, August 30, 1891. 
Educated, Lawrence College; Northwestern University; Cornell Univer- 
sity. Degrees, A. B. Lawrence; M. A. Northwestern University; Ph. D. 
Cornell University. Fellowship in Psychology Northwestern University. 

Married, August 2, 1917, to Irl Goldwin Whitchurch. Mr. and Mrs. 
Whitchurch secured their masters degree together at Northwestern. Then 
went to Cornell where they received doctor's degree at the same time. 
Mr. Whitchurch is now a professor at Garrett Biblical Institute. 

1170. ANNA M. KLINE. 

Present address, So. Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 
Born, So. Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 

Been engaged in the occupation of teaching. Now private secretary of 
J. P. Kline. 

1171. ESTELLA (KURZ) POWELL. 

Present address, 81 33rd Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1172. PAUL LEWIS. 

Present address, Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Boston University School of Theology. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence, S. D. B. Boston. 

Joined the Wisconsin Conference Methodist-Episcopal Church. Now 
stationed at Waupun. 



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117a. ELSIE Ll'ECK. 

Present address, Merrill, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Teacher in several high schools. At present teaching at Merrill. 

1174. IDA (MACKIX) HOLWAY. 

Present address, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1175. CLARA CHURCH MARSH. 

Present address, 52 Bay Street, Potsdam, New York. 

Born, Watertown, New York. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Studied in the State Library School at Madison. 

One year assistant librarian Lawrence College. Has been living with 
her parents. Summer of 1921 attended Summer School of Religious Educa- 
tion at Syracuse University. 

Member of J. W. Pangborn Post of the Woman's Relief Corps. 

1176. SARAH MIELKE. 

Present address, 301 Franklin Street, Shawano, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Has been teaching Mathematics 3 years in Jefferson high school; 3 
years in Lake Geneva high school. 
Member of Kappa Delta Sorority. 

1177. CLARENCE 31. 3IITCHELL. 

Present address, New Richmond, Wisconsin. 

Born, Star Prairie, Wisconsin, July 11, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Minnesota. Degrees, A. B. 
Lawrence, Candidate for M. A. University of Minnesota. 

Done work as reporter on New Richmond News and for Northwest 
News Bureau. Was in the Army as a Second Lieutenant in the Ordnance 
Department. 

Member F. A. M., R. A. M., Pi Delta Epsilon. 

Instructor in English, Iowa State College at Ames, Iowa. 

11 78. IRENE 3IcCOURT. 

Present address, St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin. 

Born, Sand Lake, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teaching in various high schools. 

Member A. A. U. W., National Council of Teachers »t Mathematics. 

1179. GEORGE 3IcFETRIDGE. 

Present address, 1816 Chicago Street, Omaha, Nebraska. 
Failed to report. 



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1180. EARL C. MacINNIS. 

Present address, Jefferson, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 9, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degrees, B. A. 
Lawrence, M. A. Wisconsin. Took short course at University of Minnesota. 

Physical director Army Y. M. C. A., Camp Funston, 1917. Private to 
Lieutenant 86th Division, Camp Grant and 36th Division 144th Infantry. 

A. E. F. France 191S-1919. Supervising principal Viola, Wisconsin, 191u- 
1920. Superintendent of city schools, Jefferson, Wisconsin, 1920 to present 
time. 

Married, June 29, 1918, to C. May Williams, Yiroqua, Wisconsin, 
former Lawrence student. Children: Donald Earl, 2 years; Douglas 
Xorman, 6 months. 

1181. CARL NELSON. 

Present address, Moulton, Iowa. 

Born, June 7, 1888. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Superintendent of schools. During summer Chautauqua entertainer. 
Has a band of 64 pieces, 18 saxophones. 

Married, August 30, 1918, to Cecil Sutton of Burlington, Iowa. Chil- 
dren: Robert Seaman, one and one-half years. 

1182. GEO. H. MCKEL. 

Present address. 150 South Street, Waukesha, Wisconsin. 
Born, 1875. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Entered the Christian Ministry. 

Married, 1902 to Ella Wippler, Plymouth, Wisconsin. Children: Eliza- 
beth, 9 years. 

1183. HARRIET NOTES. 

Present address, 136 West 75th Street, Xew York City. 
Failed to report. 

1184. TRESTER OOSTERHOl S. 

Present address, Union Grove, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 7, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degrees, A. 

B. Lawrence, B. D. Garrett. 

Entered Christian Ministry. Preached at Royalton, Garrett and Union 
Grove, Wisconsin. 

Married, August 29, 1918, to Margaret A. Xeil of Manawa, Wisconsin. 

1185. ARTHUR PETERSON. 

Present address, c/o Sampson Tractor Company, Janesville, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1186. MARGARET (RIESENAYERER) HUNTER. 

Present address, Fisk, Wisconsin. 
Born, March 15, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught at Fennimore and Rosendale. 

Married, W. Emery Hunter in 1919 of Fisk, Wisconsin. Children: 
Katherine, age 2; Lawrence, 6 months. 



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1187. MARY (RODERIC) BURT. 

Present address, R. F. D., Brodhead, Wisconsin. 
Born, July 12, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Married, June 10, 1920, to Clayton Burt of Brodhead, Wisconsin. 
Her husband is raising thoroughbred cattle on a 370 acre farm. 

H188. HARVEY J. ROELS. 

Present address, Tusculum College, Greenville, Tennessee. 

Born, De Pere, Wisconsin, September, 30, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Illinois. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Director in high schools in Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois. Director 
of summer playgrounds Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At present athletic direc- 
tor of Tusculum College. 

Member of Masonic fraternity, Blue Chapter. 

Married, August 27, 1921, to Gladys Brugger of Detroit, Michigan. 

1189. BENJAMIN J. ROHAN. 

Present address, 795 Superior Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 15, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

At present superintendent 2nd District schools of Appleton. 

Does Chautauqua lecturing. Member Lions Club. 

Married, Eva Philpott, 1916, of Superior Wisconsin. 

1190. CONRAD E. RONNEBERG. 

Present address, 353 Harvard Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Born, November 7, 1893, in Minnesota. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology. Degree, M. S. in Chemistry. 

Instructor in high school at Langdon, North Dakota. In Army Sep- 
tember 1917 to August 1919. 2nd Lieutenant, Sanitary Corps. Instructor 
in high school Ishpeming, Michigan, 1919-1920. At Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology since July 1920 as graduate student and as an instructor. 

1191. ELLEN (ROWELL) McCLENEGHAN. 

Present address, 1416 School Street, Rockford, Illinois. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Married, Fred McCleneghan, Lawrence graduate. 

1192. CARLETON SAECKER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Served for a time in France in world war. At present associated with 
the Appleton Machine Co. 



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1103. EDWARD HENRY SAUER. 

Present address, Neoga, Illinois. 

111>4. LAURA M. SCHULTZ. 

Present address, 451 West Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 
Born, Watertown, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Phi Beta Kappa honor. 

Been teaching French in Kenosha the last two years. 
Member of College Club, of Musical Circle, Congregational Church 
Choir and Kandoo Club. 

1105. DORA SHARP. 

Present address, 2921 Cedar Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, August, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Degree, A. B. Studied one summer at 
Harvard University. Graduated from the Sargent School of Physical Edu- 
cation at Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Taught for three years at Menominee, Michigan. At present teaching 
Physical Culture at Baker L^niversity, Baldwin, Kansas. 

1106. BERNARD STECKER. 

Present address, Horicon, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Lutheran Theological Seminary, Chicago. 
Degrees, A. B. Lawrence, B. D. Chicago. 
Pastor at Horicon, Wisconsin. 

1107. KATHERINE STEVENS. 

Present address, 1440 E. Marquette Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been in teaching profession. 
Failed to report. 

J 108. EDWARD P. STONE. 

Present address, Whitehall, Wisconsin. 

Born, Taycheedah, Wisconsin, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Was in U. S. Army ten months, 2nd Vice Commander Otis Legion- 
Post; also Scoutmaster at Eleva, Wis. Pastor M. E. church, Whitehall, 
Wisconsin. 

Married, June 26, 1919, to Kathryn Post of Rockland. Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Leslie Harris, age one and one-half years. 

1100. ANNE (STROUD) GALPIN. 

Present address, 790 Union Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, June 28, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Married. June 1, 1918, to G. S. Galpin of Appleton, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Audrey Helen, 3 years; Mary Stroud, 1 year. 



470 LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 



1200. HELEN SUGERMAN. 

Present address, 647 Drew Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Fostoria, Ohio. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in West De Pere high school. In Army School of Nursing 
Camp Hancock 1918-1919. Chicago Branch American Red Cross 1920. 

1201. ELMER SWANN. 

Present address, 5456 Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 

1202. HAROLD KENDRICK TAYLOR. 

Present address, Erie, Illinois. 

Born, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Garrett Biblical Institute. Degree, A. B, 
Lawrence, B. D. Garrett. 

Member of the Rock River Conference of the ML E. church. 

Married, June, 1919, to Clara Henning of Allen Grove, Wisconsin. 
Children: Harold Benton. 

1203. ALDEA THOMPSON. 

Present address, Battle Creek, Michigan. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Served in the U. S. Army. At present teaching Physical Culture 
in Battle Creek, Michigan, high school. 

1204. ERNEST G. TIEGS. 

Present address, 2215 X. E. Pierce Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Failed to report. 

1205. GRANT E. VAN LONE. 

Present address, 416 Caroline St., Pekin, Illinois. 

Born, June 28, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Ph. B. degree. 

Since graduation, principal of high school Lone Rock, Wisconsin and 
Tippecanoe school near Milwaukee as director of Boys' Community work 
and instructor in high school at Tama, Iowa. Instructor of soldiers at 
Camp Grant. At present time assisting in Pln-sics Department at the 
University of Illinois and taking graduate work for master's degree. 

Member of Masonic Lodge. 

Married, Hazel Moore, Whitewater, Wisconsin. 

1200. MARY DOROTHY WEBB. 

Present address, Maxine Apt. 35, Great Falls, Montana. 
Born, Lancaster, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Kansas University. Degree, A. B. 

Lawrence, B. C. S. Kansas. 

Teaching shorthand and typewriting at Great Falls high school. 

J 207. ETHEL (YVHITMORE) COL YIN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Married, Jean Colvin, Lawrence graduate. Children: Harold. 



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12<>8. HAROLD WILLAHD. (Decease*.) 

Drowned, Jul}- 1919. 

12O0. DELLA WINGER. 

Present address, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1210. ARTHUR WITTMAN. 

Present address, Cavite, Philippine Islands 
Failed to report. 

1211. FRANK H. YOUNGER. 

•Piesent address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 2, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teacher of Chemistry and Physics, Wausau, Kaukauna, ami now princ- 
ipal of 4th District schools Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Married, Myrtle Ellen Dean of Appleton, Wisconsin. Children: 
Betty Ellen, 4 years; Frank B., 1 year. 

1212. MERRILL, A. YOUTZ. 

Present address, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 
Massachusetts. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence, Ph. D. Institute of Technology. 

In Research Department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Married, 1921, to Miss Anderson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. * 

1213. AMIL W. ZELLMER. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 

Born, Fair Water, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

I". S. Navy 1918. Supervising principal Viola high school. La Fargp 
high school, county superintendent Richland county. Now principal of 
Vernon county high school, Viroqua, Wisconsin. Superintendent of Mutual 
Chautauqua, season 1921. 

F. & A. M. La Belle Xo. 84. Viroqua, Wisconsin. 

Married, Tune 6, 1917. to Louise Holdinga from New Richmond, 
Wisconsin. Children: David Eugene, 4 years; John Robert, 1 year. 

1214. BERTHA ZEPP. 

Present address, Edgar, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



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LXI. CLASS OF 1917. 



1215. MARY DOWNIE BLACK. 

Present address, 233 Chute Street, Menaslia, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 17, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. Two summer schools 
at Denver University. 

Taught English in Menasha, Sheboygan, Fond du Lac high schools. 
Spent one summer in the East and two in the West. 

1210. FREDRIKA KLA BADA BROWN. 

Present address, 1202 N. West Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Born, Liberia, Africa. # 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

After graduation teacher and Dean of Women Wiley University, 
Marshall, Texas. Since then engaged as secretary of colored Branch of 
the Y. W. C. A., Indianapolis, Indiana. 

1217. W. WALKER BROWN. 

Present address, 631 Monroe Street, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 2, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin; Columbia Uni- 
versity. Degree A. B. Lawrence. 

Principal of high school, Stoughton. At present principal of high 
school, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Married, January 1, 1921, to Harriett M. Smith of Superior, Wisconsin. 
Children: Barbara, age 3 months. 

1218. CONSTANCE CAMPBELL. 

Present address, Neenah, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

121 9. WARREN RAYMOND CAN RIGHT. 

Present address, 503 North Genesee Street, Waukegan, Illinois. 
Born, East Troy, Wisconsin, February 10, 1891. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

In the U. S. Army, 1917-1919. With Canwright-IIoughtaling Co., No. 
Chicago, Illinois. 

1220. ALICE RUTH CORR. 

Present address, Juneau, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1221. YIRGIL HOMER DAW LEY. 

Present address, Olympia, Washington. 
Failed to report. 



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1222. EVA A. FILLMORE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Turtle Lake, Wisconsin, December 18, 1891. 

-Educated, Lawrence College; University of Minnesota. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, A. M. University of Minnesota. 

1917-1920 teacher of English. 1920-1921 held a scholarship in 
Psychology at University of Minnesota. 1921-1922 instructor in Psychology 
Lawrence College. 

Member America Association of University Women. 

1223. FREDA E. GLASER. 

Present address, 1308 Fairmont Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Born, October 21, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Did considerable work 
towards the master's degree. 

At present government clerk Adj. Gen. Office War Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

1224. LILY AN HAGEN. 

Present address, 707 Drew Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born. Black Creek, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught at Wittenberg, Clintonville and Park Falls high schools. 

122'. CLIFFORD HAGUE. 

Present address, Menomonie, Wisconsin, c/o Printing Dept. Stout 
Institute. 

Failed to report. 

1226. EMMA (HALL) FELL. 

Present address, 43 E. Irving Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

J 227. MERIRAH HAZEN. 

Present address, 214 Rounsville Street, Waupun, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Librarian Waupun high school 1918-1921. Spent summer 
1920 at Columbia University. 
At present librarian. 

1228. AGNES (HERRST) HUMPHREYS. 

Present address, 1327 6th Street, So., Fargo, North Dakota. 
Born, Fairchild, Wisconsin, January 22, 1893. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Married, August 1, 1917, to Roy L. Humphreys of Toluca, Illinois. 
Children: Eva Jean, 4 years; Roy L., 1 year. 

1229. ELMER HER OLD. 

Present address, 437 S. Tremont Street, Kewaunee, Illinois. 
At present in the Philippine Islands. 
Failed to report. 



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1230. GERALDINE (HILL) NOYES. 



Present address, Ironwood, Michigan. 
Failed to report. 



1231. ANNA LOUISE HIRT. 



Present address, 833 8th Avenue, Antigo, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Been engaged in teaching. Now principal Hector high school, Minne- 
sota. Been traveling extensively throughout the West. 

1232. DANIEL HOGAN. 

Present address, Dubuque, Iowa. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Pastor of the Methodist-Episcopal Church at Dubuque, Iowa. 

1233. GEORGE W. HOOPER. 

Present address, Palmyra, Wisconsin. 
Born, December 10, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Present occupation farm management. 

1234. JULES V. HOUGHTALING. 

Present address. 105 20th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, Sioux City, Iowa. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

After graduation with Illinois Steel Company. Second Officers' Train- 
ing Camp, Ft. Sheridan, Illinois, 1917. Commissioned 1st Lieutenant. Sent 
over seas January 1918. Served with 2nd Division at Belleau Wood, 
Chateau Thierry and other sectors. Later made junior instructor of 
Musketry in A. E. F. Specialists School of Infantry. Promoted to captain, 
and discharged in 1919. Re-entered Illinois Steel Company, Sales Depart- 
ment. Later went to Advertising staff of Milwaukee Journal. In February 
1921 became secretary of Milwaukee County Council. 

Member of American Legion, Milwaukee Gyro Club, City Club, Mil- 
waukee Association of Commerce. 

1235. EDWARD HUBERTV. 

Present address, 621 McComb Street, Plymouth, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1236. RUTH HULL. 

Present address, 207 Central Avenue, Sparta, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught Northwest Collegiate Institute, Sherry, Wisconsin. Also 

Rugby, North Dakota, and Park Falls, Wisconsin. At present teaching at 
Sparta, Wisconsin. 



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1237. CATHERINE S. JONES. 

Present address, Cambria, Wisconsin. 

Born, Cambria, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in high school at Algoma, Wisconsin. Worked in War Risk 
Insurance Office at Washington, D. C, 1920. At present teaching in Rich- 
land Center. 

1238. GLADYS JONES. 

Present address, Randolph, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of California. 

Failed to report. 

1239. FOREST KIRKPATRICK. 

Present address, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1244). RAYMOND KLEIST. 

Present address, Oakfield, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 27, 1886. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Principal of Oakfield high school. 

Married, September 1, 1920, to Mila Fellows, Algoma, Wisconsin. 

1241. RENJAMIN KOEHLER. 

Present address, 1206 N. Prairie Street, Bloomington, Illinois. 

Born, Mishicot, Wisconsin, May 17, 1890. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. S. Wisconsin. 

Taught Science in high school in Benzonia, Michigan. Inspector of 
airplane construction at St. Louis, Mo., 1918-1919. Student at Wisconsin 
University 1919-1920. Employed by U. S. Department of Agriculture as 
plant pathologist from then to present time. 

Member of Sigma Xi at University of Wisconsin. Member of Ameri- 
can Phytopathological Society. 

Married, 1918, to Edith V. Clippert, Warsaw, Illinois. Children: 

Donald, age 3. 

1242. ERNA LEMKE. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1243. YIYIAN GERALDINE McMULLEN. 

Present address, 1427 Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Marquette University. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, LL. B. Marquette. 

Member of Business Women's Club Milwaukee. Wisconsin League of 
Women Voters, Wisconsin Bar Association, Milwaukee Bar Association. 

Practicing Law with firm of McMullen & Horwitz, 1209 Majestic 
Building, Milwaukee. 



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1244. CHARLES WINTHROP METCALF. 

Present address, 921 Sherman Avenue, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 24, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Engaged in Y. M. C. A. work; also work of the American Legion. 
Elder of Presbyterian church. Now with Samson Tractor Co. 

Married, October 6, 1920, to Amy Helmer, Duluth, Minnesota Law- 
rence graduate. Children: James McKendrie, 1 year old. 

1245. HAZEL MILLARD. 

Present address, Chetek, Wisconsin. 

Born, Dallas, Wisconsin, 1892. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 

Since graduating been teaching in various high schools. 

12441. JESSICA (NORTH) MacDONALD. 

Present address, 5744 Harper Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Born, Edgerton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Secretary to president Judson of Chicago University. At present Art 
Reporting, Art Institute of Chicago. 

Married, Reed I. MacDonald, Chicago, Illinois. 

1247. JESSIE OLDENBURG. 

Present address, Brainerd, Minnesota. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Since graduation been teaching Latin in high schools. 

1248. DOROTHY PACKARD. 

Present address, Fargo, North Dakota, c/o St. John's Hospital. 
Failed to report. 

1249. NINA (PACKARD) SASMAN. 

Present address, Box 374, Omro, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 24, 1892, Appleton. Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teacher of English and high school librarian Crystal Falls, Michigan. 
Teacher at Edgar, Wisconsin. Engaged in Y. W. C. A. work, Crystal Falls. 

Married, June 14, 1921, to L. M. Sasman, Black Creek, Wisconsin. 
Children: Eugene Louis, 2 months old. 

1250. GLADYS PAUL. 

Present address, Milton Junction, Wisconsin, 
i ailed to report. 

1251. BLANCH (PINKERTON) ABRAHAMSON. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching English in various high schools. 

Married, E. J. Abrahamson, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1922. 



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12.->2. RUTH PINKERTON. 

Present address, Waupun, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1253. JENNIE (PRATT) COOKE. 

Present address, 302 W. Electric Street, Glendora, Wisconsin. 
Born, Neosha, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught in high school at Kaukauna. 

Married, August 27, 1919, to W. II. Cooke of Kaukauna, Wisconsin, 
former Lawrence student. 

1254. GRACE PRATT. 

Present address, Barron, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught Fiheld and Oshkosh. 

1266. THEODORE J. REYKDAL. 

Present address, Wautoma, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Member of Wisconsin Conference M. E. church. 

1256. OLIVE (REYNOLDS) GOODWIN. 

Present address, 220 Main Street, Dundee, Illinois. 

Born, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 

Taught at Hortonville high school. 

Girls' work Secretary, Y. W. C. A. at Highland Park, Illinois. 

Married, June, 1920, to Rev. Thomas A. Goodwin, Chicago, Illinois. 

1257. KATHRYN M. RICHARDSON. 

Present address, 1214 Rosemont Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Born, March 21, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Taught in high schools in Wisconsin and Michigan. At present auditor 
Rothschild & Company. 
Member Eastern Star. 

1258. MARGARET E. RITCHIE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. University of Wisconsin. 

Teaching Biology in Appleton high school. 

1250. EUGENE A. SCHAAL. 

Present address, Department of Religious Education, Northwestern 
University, Evanston. 

Born, September 15, 1894, at Gillett, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Further graduate study 
1921-1922. 

Army Y. M. C. A. work 1917-1918. U. S. Navy 1918-1919. Commis- 
sioned Ensign and served on transport U. S. S. Kroonland. General secre- 
tary Y. M. C. A., Valparaiso, University 1920-1922. 

Married, June 30, 1922, to Esther Christensen, Lena, Wisconsin. 



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12<M>. PRANK SCHNEIDER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1261. HAROLD F. SHATTUCK. 

Present address, 1992 Derka Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. 
Born, Chippewa Falls, June 11, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence' College. Degree, A. B. Ohio State University; 
Degree M. S. Graduate School, Ohio State University. 

Instructor in Chemistry, Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland. 
Two years with the Daw Chemical Co., Midland, Michigan. 
Mason, 32nd degree. Member Engineers' Club, Columbus, Ohio. 
Present occupation, research chemist. 

1202. MILDRED SILVER. 

Present address, 823 Pine St., Marquette, Michigan. 

Educated, Lawrence College and Northwestern University. Degrees, 
A. B. Lawrence and M. A. Northwestern University. 

At present teaching in Marquette, Northern State Normal. 

1263. ALICE SKEWES. 

Present address, c/ o Wichita High School, Wichita, Kansas. 
Born, Union Grove, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in high schools at Greenwood, Racine, Wisconsin, and Wichita, 
Kansas. 

Phi Beta Kappa. 

1204. RORERT J. SMITH. 

Present address, 3821 Montrose Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 
Born, Rockford, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Garrett Biblical Institute. 
Served in world war; was severely wounded and received commission. 
Joined Rock River Conference of M. E. Church. 

1265. HENRY C. SPEAR. 

Present address, Stewart Street, West De Pere, Wisconsin. 
Born, Grand Haven, Michigan, July 14th, 1889. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Principal of schools and pastor M. E. church, at Rosendale, Wisconsin. 
Married, June 1, 1918, to Edna May Stiremen of Menomonie, Michigan. 
Children: Creighton Jewell, 2 years. 

12««. JANET STRATHEARN. 

Present address, Manitowoc High School, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



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1267. MARIE (STRUVE) MUELLER. 

Present address, c/o Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 

Born, Plymouth, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught English and Expression in Plymouth high school. 

Married, July 19, 1919, to D. Alfred Mueller, Port Washington, Wis- 
consin. Since marriage has lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where her 
husband has been studying in the Department of Psychology at the Carnegie 
Institute of Technology. Mrs. Mueller has been in charge of an orchestra, 
giving instructions in the violin and doing some teaching in the high school 
at Pittsburgh. 

1268. DOROTHY N. SYMONS. 

Present address, 608 Park Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 29, 1895, at Union Grove, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught English three years Sturgeon Bay high school. Now teaching 
Manitowoc high school. Camp Fire Guardian, Chaplain of Eastern Star, 
Manitowoc Chapter. 

Member D. A. R., Monday Music Club, City Federation of Women's 
Clubs, President of Appleton District Epworth League. 

1269. LORINE (TAYLOR) PLUMMER. 

Present address, Cadott, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1270. ETHEL (THOMAS) HEROLD. 

Present address, Philippine Islands. 
Married, Elmer Herold, Lawrence graduate. 
Failed to report. 

1271. JOSEPHINE TIEGEN. 

Present address, 4254 Elliot Avenue S., Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Occupation, teaching Public Speaking in high schools. 

1272. WALKER VANCE. 

Present address, Covington, Kentucky. 

Educated, Williams College; Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Law- 
rence. 

Entered the ministry of the Presbyterian church. At present pastor at 
Covington, Kentucky. 

Married, Ruth Harper of Appleton, Wisconsin, a Conservatory grad- 
uate. 

1^73. MIRIAM (VEEDER) TEWS. 

Present address, Mukwonago, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 14, 1892. 

Educated, Superior and Milwaukee Normals; Lawrence College. De- 
gree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Teacher at Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. 

Married, March 28, 1918, Arthur Tews of Waukesha, Wisconsin. 
Children: Harriet Anne, 1 year. 



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1274. DOROTHY VOELKER. 

Present address, 111 Farwell Avenue, Apt. 10, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born, May 26, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Present occupation, in Sales Department of the Patton-Pitcairn Divi- 
sion, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. 

1275. IVAN W. WENTZ. 

Present address, 745 36th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 20, 1895. 

In employ of Prange Guessenheimer Co., Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Taught 
at Soldiers Grove high school. In U. S. Army, Motor Truck Company 
412, January 9, 1918 to July 30, 1919. In employ of Koehler Co. 1919- 
1920. Attended Marquette School of Dentistry since October 'l, 1920. 

Married, June 11, 1921, to Miss V. Schermeister of Sheboygan, Wis 
consin. 

1276. HAROLD WHARFIELD. 

Present address, Mayville High School, Mayville, North Dakota. 
Failed to report. 

1277. FLORENCE (WHEELER) SAVENSON. 

Present address, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 

1278. RUTH WILKINSON. 

Present address, Schullsburg, Wisconsin. 

1279. LOLA (WILLIAMS) MILLARD. (Deceased.) 

Died at Appleton, Wisconsin, January 31st, 1920. 

1280. GRACE WENDT. 

Present address, 707 15th Avenvie, W. Ashland, Wisconsin. 
Teaching Mathematics in Rockford, Illinois, high school. 

1281. GEORGE W. YOUNGER. 

Present address, 416 Main Street, Jefferson, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 31st, 1894. 

Army service 1916-1919. R. O. T. C. and Ft. Sheridan August, 1917. 

Member Oney Johnson Post, American Legion. 

Science Instructor Jefferson high school, 1920-1922. Member Beta 
Sigma Phi. 

Married, November 28th, 1918, to Elenor Davis of Appleton. Chil- 
dren: George William, 2 years and Richard Davis, 1 year. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 481 



LXII. CLASS OF 1918. 

1282. ADA D. ANTHES. 

Present address, 206 So. Main Street, Clintonville, Wisconsin. 

Born, Clintonvlile, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. 

Teacher of History at Eagle River and Durand high schools. 

1283. EVA BENYAS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Degree A. B. Teaching in Stanley and 
Rice Lake high schools. 

1284. CARRIE BLAIR. 

Present address, Hancock, Wisconsin. 
Born, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Teaching in high schools in Wisconsin. 

1285. ELIZABETH BLOTZ. 

Present address, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Teaching at Pepin and Madison high schools. 

1286. NELLIE (BROWN) BANNISTER. 

Present address, Evansville, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1287. JAY W. BUTTS. 

Present address, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 18, 1896, Mason City, Iowa. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

In U. S. Navy 1917-1919. Superintendent Rock Falls, Iowa 1920- 
1921. Teacher of Science and Mathematics 1921-1922, Zearing, Iowa. 
Teacher of Science and Coach Athletics at Mineral Point, Wisconsin, the 
present year. 

Married, June 23, 1920, to Lydia Gardenier, Markesan, Wisconsin, 
former Lawrence student. Children: Mary Catherine, 10 months. 

1288. ETHEL CASEY. 

Present address, Randolph, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in high schools at Washburn, Little Chute, Butternut and 
Beaver Dam. 

1289. LOIS CHENEY. 

Present address, Barron, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
• In training for a nurse in Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. 



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1200. CARRIE E. CURRY. 

Present address, 412 E. Louisa Street, Darlington, Wisconsin. 

Born, Lamont, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Began training for a nurse at University of Michigan, but was forced 
to give it up on account of ill health. Is now at Boulder, Colo., for reason 
of health. Expects later to return to nurse training. 

Boulder address, 1521 Euclid Avenue, Boulder, Colorado. 

1201. KATHERIAE (DAVIS) LLOYD. 

Present address, Scofield Barracks, Honolulu Ter. 
Failed to report. 

1202. HELEN DELBRIDGE. 

Present address, 1947 Riverside Avenue, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born, February 7, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Is at present traveling in Europe. 

1203. GLADYS DuMEZ. 

Present address, Cashton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1204. SIDNEY FELL. 

Present address, c/o Oshkosh High School, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1205. CLYDE H. FENTON. 

Present address, 921 19th Street, Golden, Colorado. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in high school Escanaba, Michigan. At present student Colo- 
rado School of Mines. 

1206. RUTH (FINDEISEN) CONRAD. 

Present address, Janesville, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1207. CHARLOTTE (GABELEIN) SIMS. 

Present address, Brandon, Wisconsin . 

Born, November 21, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Took Teachers' Librarian Course since leaving college. 

Married, March 31st, 1921, to Herbert Sims, Brandon, Wisconsin. 

1298. JOSEPH HARRY GRIFFITHS. 

Present address, Forest Home, Ithaca, New York. 

Born July 20, 1889, Longport, England. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Northwestern University; Cornell Uni- 



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versity. Degrees, A. B. Lawrence, M. A. Northwestern, Ph. D. Cornell. 

At present member of the instructing staff of the Sage School of 
Philosophy, Cornell University. Member of American Red Cross in foreign 
service in France, 1918-1919. Post graduate study at Northwestern and 
Cornell, 1919-1922. Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Member of Cornell Uni- 
versity Philosophical Club. 

Married, June, 1921, to Alice V. Potts, from Wittenberg, Wisconsin. 

lliJH>. ELFRIEDA HAMPEL. 

Present address, 302 River Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 
Born, October 6, 1594. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Teacher at persent time in Menasha high school. 

1300. BERTHA HIRT. 

Present address, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Simmons School, Boston, Massachusetts. 

Has been engaged in the work of teaching. 

1301. MARIE (KAUTSKY) WRIGHT. 

Present address, 2108 Harrison Avenue, New York City. 
Failed to report. 

1301\ LEOXA E. KIMBALL. 

Present address, Briggsville, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

After graduation took position as chemist with the E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours Co. at Wilmington, Delaware. Later transferred to their plant 
at Nashville, Tennessee. In 1919 took position with Klearrlax Linen Rug 
Company of Duluth. Been teaching in high schools Duluth since 1921. 

Member of Duluth Business Women's Club. 

1303. MADELINE KOMERS. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1304. ARLLXGTOX KRAISE. 

Present address, 1105 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin. 
Born, July 27, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Marquette University; University of 

Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. Lawrence, M. A. University of Wisconsin. 

1305. MURIEL (LARSON) MITCHELL. 

Present address, River Falls, Wisconsin. 
Born, July 20, 1S96. 

Educated. Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught History at Edgerton high school and at Oshkosh high school. 
Married, 1921 to Rexford S. Mitchell of River Falls, Wisconsin, Law- 
rence graduate. 



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J 300. HAROLD N. LUCE. 

Present address, Hancock, Wisconsin. 

Born, Settember 21, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Served six months in Y. M. C. A. Camp Funston, Kansas. Six months 
in Coast Artillery Corps Fortress Monroe, Virginia. Attended University 
of Illinois as assistant graduate chemist, 1918-1919. For two years 

employed by the Newport Co. as supervising chemist, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

At present teaching Science at Dawson, Minnesota. 

1307. DELL A MATHYS. 

Present address, 1038 Main Street, Arcadia, Wisconsin. 
Born, March 22, 1896. ' 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught English at Stanley, Wisconsin. Taught English and Library at 
Clintonville, Wisconsin. Now teaching at Bayfield, Wisconsin. 

1308. MERLE (McCRAY) TURNER. 

Present address, 1213 E. 62nd Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Chicago. Degree, A. B. 
from Lawrence. 

Taught Mathematics at Green Lake high school. Director of Religious 
Education Girls' Work in a Community church for 9 months. 

Married, September 8, 1920, to M. H. Turner, El Paso, Texas. Chil- 
dren: Marion E., age 8 months. 

1300. MARY (MEADOWS) ATCHERSON. 

Present address, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1310. JENNIE MILLARD. 

Present address, 1493 Spencer Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Since graduating taught Science and History at Ilayward, Wisconsin, 
and Cloquet, Minnesota. 

1311. MARGARETTA (NEHLS) WEGNER. 

Present address, Luck, Wisconsin. 

Born, Lancaster, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught after graduating. 

Married, June 27, 1921, to H. C. Wegner of Oconto, Wisconsin. 

1312. DEMPSTER S. PASSMORE. 

Present address, 6121 Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, March 22, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College, two quarters at University of Chicago. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence. Spent one year in U. S. Army. At present with 
Montgomery & Ward as Accountant and Statistician. 

Married, June 3, 1920, to Betty Rakow, Burlington, Wisconsin. 



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1313. JOSEPHINE (PIERCE) PASSMORE. 

Present address, 6121 Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Taught for a time after graduation. 

Married, Charles Passmore, former Lawrence student. 

1314. ANNE (RADFORD) DECKER. 

Present address, Hermansville, Michigan. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. Taught one year 

Stoughton, Wisconsin. Spent one summer in North Carolina and one 
winter in Los Angeles, California. 

Married, October, 1919, to Harold Decker. Menomonie. Wisconsin. 
Decker died September, 1921. Children: Edwin Radford, one and one-half 
years. 

1315. FLORENCE (WETHERHOLD) RIEGEL. 

Present address, 131 W. Wisconsin Avenue. Xeenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 5, 1876. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. A. Wisconsin. 

Engaged in the teaching profession at Shullsberg, Wisconsin. 

Member of League of Women Voters. 

Married, 1896, to L. Edgar Riegel, Reading, Pennsylvania. Children: 
Robert E. and Oscar W. 

131G. ISAHELLE RITTER. 

Present address, Columbus, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1317. EVA SANDE. 

Present address Xeenah, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1318. MARGARET SHERMAN. 

Present address, 500 Walnut Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Teacher's Diploma from School of Expres- 
sion, Boston, Massachusetts. M. A. L'niversity of Wisconsin. Also been 
special student at Boston University. Engaged in war work under 
auspices of National Catholic War Council at Washington, D. C. Recital 
work throughout the state of Wisconsin and on Pacific Coast. Instructor 
in Elocutional Dramatics, Iowa University. Member of Pi Beta Phi 

Fraternity, Massachusetts Alpha Chapter. At present director of Speech, 
Bloomsburg State Normal School, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. 

1319. MARTHA (SHUFFLEHOTHAM) LOWRY. 

Present address, 249 Pond Street, So. Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 7, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College, graduated 1899. Degree, A. B. 

1918-1919 teacher of English, Latin and Music in Elroy high school. 
Has been substituting some in Madison high school. Member of University 
of Wisconsin Gun and Blade Auxiliary. At present doing active work in 
Beaver Lodge. 

Married, August 22, 1919, to Howard J. Lowry, Colfax, Wisconsin, 
former Lawrence student. Children: Jeanne Marie Lowry, age 8 months. 



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1320. MARGUERITE EVELYN SMITH. 

Present address, Third and Division Streets, River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 10, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching since graduation at River Falls high school, Washburn 
high school and at New Richmond high school. At present teaching at La 
Crosse. 

1321. VIDA E. SMITH. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1322. RITH V. (STAIR) SPRECHER. 

Present address, R. F. D. 3, Madison, Wisconsin. 
Born, July 3, 1894, Brodhead, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught English in high schools at Brooklyn, Wisconsin. 
Married, October 12, 1920, to Lyman Sprecher of Brooklyn, Wisconsin. 
Children: Edward Allen, born April, 1922. 

1323. HELEN SLOCUM TAYLOR. 

Present address, 327 Milton Avenue, Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Chicago University. Degree, A. B. Law- 
rence. 

Been engaged in teaching and travel. Is traveling in Europe the 
present summer. Teacher in Janesville high school. 

1324. HELEN (TERP) HANSON. 

Present address, 1144 W. Monroe Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1325. MYRON H. IMBREIT. 

Present address, Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 19, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Northwestern College at Naperville. 
Degree, B. A. Lawrence. Did summer work at University of Wisconsin. 

Spent 16 months in the Navy. Since then been teaching Mathematics 
at Wayland Acauemy, Beaver Dam. 

Member of American Legion. 

1326. EVA VANDERLIP. 

Present address, 214 Chandler Street, Menominee, Michigan. 

Born, November 1G, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teacher of History in Racine high school. 

1327. RITH L. VERWEY. 

Present address, 349 Broad Street, Menasha, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1896, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught History in Niagara and Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Spent sum- 
mer of 1920 at University of Chicago. At present teaching History at 
Fond du Lac. 



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1338. PAUL H. VINCENT. 

Present address, 718 Clark Street, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 31, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. A. University of Wisconsin. 

Married, July 20, 1918, to Claudine Zeigle, Warren, Illinois. Children: 
Jack Edward, 2 years. 

1329. WALLACE W. WILLS. 

Present address, 1310 Grove Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin. 
Born, April 26, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been teaching in Boys' Private Preparatory School, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 



LXIII. CLASS OF 1919. 

133<>. ALICE ANDERSON. 

Present address, 699 Stowell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1331. HERBERT W. BOHLMAN. 

Present address, Ninth Street, So. Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 
Born, Hortonville, Wisconsin, December 23, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree A. D. 
Lawrence. 

Taught high school for two years. 

1332. RUTH L. BRADISH. 

Present address, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan. 

Born, March 13, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

At present high school teacher of English at Sault Ste. Marie. 

1333. MILDRED (BRAY) RINER. 

Present address, 1020 22nd Street, Niagara Falls, New York. 
Failed to report. 

1334. DORIS (BRENNER) STICKNEY. 

Present address, 202 So. Koscinsko Street, Jacksonville, Illinois. 

Born in 1897, Belmont, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Also did senior work in organ at Lawrence Conservatory. Organist in 
her husband's church. Guardian of Camp Fire. Interested in working 
with young people such as Christian Endeavor Society, Boys' Sunday 
School Class. 

Member of Professional Woman's Club and A. A. U. W., Advisery 
Board of V. W. C. A. Illinois College. 

Married, July 19, 1921, to Geo. E. Stickney, Fargo, North Dakota, 
Congregational Clergyman. 



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1335. ETHEL BUCKMASTER. 

Present address, Reuben Donnelly Corp, 320 21st Street, Chicago, 
Illinois. 

Born, Argyle, Wisconsin, November 19, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Engaged in the profession of advertising. Manager and editor of 
"Lawrence Alumnus" during 1920-21. Member of Eastern Star, Chicago 
Woman's Advertising Club. Assistant manager of the Direct Mail Adver- 
tising Department of the Reuben Donnelly Corporation. 



1336. RUSSELL S. CHENEY. 

Present address, 90 So. 9th Street, Noblesville, Indiana. 

Born, February 22nd, 1893, at Madison, Wisconisn. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Medical Work Northwestern University. 
Graduate work University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

In the Army for three years, two of which was Capt. of Infantry. 
After returning, went to University of Wisconsin and then got into busi- 
ness. At present with Burdick Tire & Rubber Company, as business man- 
ager. Is a Mason, member of the Knights of Pythias. 

Married, June 16, 1921, to Margaret L. Wray from Janesville, Wis- 
consin. 

1337. MARGARET (COOKE) WOOD. 

Present address, Brookings, Oregon. 
Failed to report. 

133S. MARIE ISADORE DAVIS. 

Present address, 1237 Seventh Street, E. Las Vegas, N. M. 

Born, 1897 at Ashland, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Colorado. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Taught in high school at Dawson, Minnesota, and Las Vegas, New 
Mexico. Enthusiastic over the climate of Las Vegas. 

1330. HERRERT DOREAU. 

Present address, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 
hailed to report. 

1340. BERNICE EVELYN DRAPER. 

Present address, Loyal, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 26, 1895, Loyal, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. A. University. 

Two years' teaching at Marvin College, Frederickstown, Montana. 
One year of graduate study University of Wisconsin. Engaged as instruc- 
tor of History, North Carolina College, Greensboro, North Carolina, for 
coming year. 



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1341. ESTHER (DROEGKAMP) GU\DERSON. 

Present address,- Box 6, Gilmanton, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 6, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught one year in Gilmanton high school. Secretary of Woman's 
Club of Gilmanton, Wisconsin. 

Married, Henry Gunderson, Gilmanton, Wisconsin. Children: Kenneth 
Eugene, age 14 months. 

1342. IRENE (ELLIS) PARRISH. 

Present address, Mukwonago, R. R. 3, Wisconsin. 
Born, Fairfield, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught high school at Marion, Wisconsin, and in Christian Endeavor 
Academy at Endeavor. 

Married, Sepetmber 29, 1922, to Clyde Parrish, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

1343. DOROTHY ELMGREN. 

Present address, Mayville, Wisconsin. 
Born, Little Falls, Minnesota. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 
Been teaching in the Mayville high school. 

1344. AMY (HELMER) METCALF. 

Present address, 921 Sherman Avenue, Janesville, Wisconsin. 
Born, July 14, 1894, Duluth, Minnesota. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught for a time in high schools. 

Married, October 6, 1920, to C. Winthrop Metcalf of Janesville, Wis- 
consin. Children: James McKendrie, one year. 

1345. JOSEPHINE STLART HENCH. 

Present address, 553 So. River Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 21, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught History at Amherst and spencer, Wisconsin. Last year did 
graduate work at University of Wisconsin. Now teaching at Hancock, 
Wisconsin. 

134G. ESTHER (BAUMGARTEN) HOCKING. 

Present address, 60G Whitman Street, Rockford, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 

1347. EYA (HOOPER) WATSON. 

Present address, Fall River, Wisconsin. 
Born, Palmyra, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught Antigo and other high schools. 
Married, 1921, to Earl Watson. 



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134S. ADA (HORSFALL) BEADLE. 

Present address, Millville, Wisconsin. 
Born, November 28, 1898, at Woodman, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 
Taught History at Crandon high school, 1919-1920. 

Married, August 18, 1920, to Leonard Beadle of Millville, Wisconsin. 
Children: Leonard W., born February, 1922. 

1340. FLORENCE (HAGAN) RULE. 

Present address, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1350. EDNA HUTCHENS. 

Present address, Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow, India. 

Born, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Studied for a time at 
Boston Theological Seminary. 

Missionary under the W. F. M. S. Now teaching at Isabella Thoburn 
College, Lucknow. 

1351. MARCIA K. JOHNSON. 

Present address, 232 Broadway, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in high schools at Almond and Eau Claire. Spent summer of 

1921 in California. 

1352. GEORGIA KINSMAN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Whitewater, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Whitewater Normal School; Lawrence College. Studied one 
year at University of Wisconsin. 

Taught at Stoughton, and now teaching at Oshkosh. Spent summer of 

1922 in Europe. 

1353. ADELA M. KLUMB. 

Present address, 1155 Fifth Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Brillion, Wisconsin, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in Manitowoc and now teaching in Appleton. 

1354. BLANCHE (KNAPP) HUPE. 

Present address, Brandon, Wisconsin. 

Born, May, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. B. A. degree. 

Taught English in Antigo high school 1919-1921). (amp Fire Guardian 
and interested in basket ball. 

Married, June 5, 1920, to Roy W. Hupe from Addie, a Lawrence grad- 
uate. Mr. Hupe was killed in an accident in 1922. Children: Russell 
Winton, 11 months. 



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1355. ADA LARSON. 

Present address, 916 Normal Avenue, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 15, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been teaching English in high schools. 

1356. EVERETT LEAN. 

Present address, 1247 Vincennes Avenue, Chicago Heights, Illinois. 

Born, November 19, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Illinois. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Present occupation, head of department of Athletics and Physical 
Culture in the Bloom Township high school, Illinois. 

1357. ANNA LIEBERMAN. 

Present address, 502 S. High Street, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 
Born, December 15, 1894, at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 

Has been acting as assistant librarian in the Fort Atkinson Library. 
Interested in choir work and Epworth League. 

1358. FRANK ROLAND MEINECKE. 

Present adrdess, Cashton, Wisconsin. 
Born, June 20, 1897. 

Educated. Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Engaged in Educational work and routine of same. Now principal of 
Cashton public schools. 

Married, July 16, 1921, to Florence E. Smith of Chicago, Illinois. 

1350. GLADYS (NICHOLSON) MeCROY. 

Present address, 3802 Walnut Street. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, November 21, 1S97. 

Educated. Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching Mathematics in Oconto high school and in Oconomowoc 
high school. 

Married, June 24, 1921, to Walter McCrory of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Children: Eileen N., born April 25, 1922. 

1360. CHARLOTTE NORTON. 

Present address, 5452 N. Ohio Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, September 25, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Studied 4 semesters 
Northwestern University Night School. 

Is Employment Interviewer with the Western Electric Co., Inc. 

Member Social Service Club of Chicago; Industrial Relations Ass'n. of 
Chicago; Girl Scout Captain. 

1361. EDWARD GRAEME O'GERAN. 

Present address, University of Wisconsin, Graduate Department, 
Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. and M. A. Lawrence. 



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Studied one year at the University of Wisconsin. Now doing graduate 
work for Ph. D. degree. 

Traveled one year with Travers-Newton Chautauqua Society. Later 
entered bond department of Paine, Webber & Company, Milwaukee, Wis- 
consin. Taught Economics in the University of Wisconsin Extension Divi- 
sion. Will do graduate work next year at the University of Wisconsin. 

Married, 1921 to Miss Delia Burgess, Corliss, Wisconsin, Lawrence 
graduate. 

1362. FLORENCE OWEN. 

Present address, Oconto Falls, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught at Neenah-Menasha, Wausau and Oconto Falls. 

1363. GERALDINE PUGII. 

Present address, 517 Johns Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B 

Engaged for a time in advertising work. Now teaching in Appleton 
high school. 

1364. ESTHER (RICHTER) REINECKE. 

Present address, Hartley, Iowa. 
Failed to report. 

1365. HELEN RISDON. 

Present address, W. De Pere, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been teaching high school in De Pere. 

1366. MILDRED H. SCHLAFKE. 

Present address, 488 South Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 19, 1900. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

First two years after graduation did secretarial work in Appleton. 
1921-1922 taught Latin and English in Oregon high school, Oregon, Wis. 

Province president of Kappa Delta sorority since 1919. Engaged in 
national work. 

1367. BERENICE B. SCHOTTLER. 

Present address, 576 Eldorado Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Assistant librarian at the Appleton Public Library. 
Member of Eastern Star, White Shrine. 

1368. CALVIN SHOEMAKER. 

Present address, Fort Austin, Michigan. 

Educated, Albion College; Lawrence College; Harvard University. 
Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 
Failed to report. 



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1369. NORMAN H. SMITH. 

Present address, 231 So. Maple Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 26, 1896, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. At present attending Harvard University 
Law School. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Mr. Smith was a Captain in the U. S. Army during the period of the 
war. 

1370. MARGARET E. SNOW. 

Present address, Montfort, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 15, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree of B. M. 

Instructor in Piano, Theory and Pipe Organ at Tabor College, Tabor, 
Iowa. One year as student at Chicago Musical College. Received diploma 
there in 1921. For the past year has had private pupils at Montfort. 
Next year will teach public school music in the Southern State Normal 
School, Springfield, South Dakota. 

1371. J. RAYMOND SOREXSOX. 

Present address, 3405 Wyandotte Street, Kansas City, Missouri. 
Born, 1891. 

Educated, Lawrence College, McCormick Theological Seminary. Degree, 
A. B. Lawrence, B. D. McCormick Theological Seminary. 
Now pastor of Presbyterian church in Kansas City. 
Married. Xo children. 

1372. MRS. ESTHER SOREXSOX. 

Present address, 3405 Wyandotte Street, Kansas City, Missouri. 
Born, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Also took work in McCormick Theological 
Seminary. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 

Married, J. Raymond Sorensen of the class of 1919. 

1373. AXXA M. THOMPSOX. 

Present address, Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 
Taught in high schools at Bayfield and Manawa. 

1374. ELTA (TOWXSEXD) AXDERSOX. 

Present address, 20 190th Street, New York City. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Married, 1921 to David Anderson, former Lawrence student. 

1375. MARTIX VAXDERLIXDEX. (Deceased.) 

Died, January 29, 1920. 

1370. ARTHUR K. VINCENT. 

Present address, Jefferson, Wisconsin. 
Born, August 31, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Since graduation has been athletic director at the Appleton high 
school. Principal of Jefferson high school. 



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1377. JUSTIN CHARLES WELLS. 

Present address, 519 West 123rd St., New York. 
Born, November 18, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Pennsylvania. Degree, 
A. B. Lawrence, Bachelor of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania. 
Member Phi Beta Kappa. 

1378. LULU E. WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 211 N. Chestnut Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Wisconsin Deaconess Hospital Training 
School for nurses. Degree, B. A. from Lawrence. Finished school for 
nurses April, 1922. 

1371>. ETHEL YOUNG. 

Present address, Fox Lake, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



LXIV. CLASS OF 1920. 

1380. OLGA ACHTENHAGEN. 

Present address, 207 S. Main Street, Mayville, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 6, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in high schools of Marion and Neenah, Wisconsin. Will teach 
in Louisville, Kentucky, next year. Edited daily paper at Kappa Delta 
Convention, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Traveled in the East 
summer of 1921. Has been associate editor of "The Angelos of Kappa 
Delta" magazine for two years. Directed a camp for girls, Washington 
Island, Wisconsin, summer of 1922. 

1381. LAFAYETTE M. ADAMS. 

Present address, Kewaunee, Wisconsin. 
Born, May 28, 1897, Kewaunee, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College and U. S. Service. 

In U. S. service 1918-1919. 1920-1922 physical instructor Wausau 
high school. 

1382. CARROLL ATKINSON. 

Present address, 430 E. Yamhill St., Portland, Oregon. 

Born, October 24, 1896, Fairbury, Nebraska. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. University of Grenoble, 
France. Degree, D. M. 

Coached College of Idaho wrestling team the past year. Membrr oi 
Masonic Fraternity. Was chairman, Romance Language Department, Col- 
lege of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho. Now teaching at Portland. 

1383. GUY P. BANNISTER. 

Present address, Evansville, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



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1384. ELLA BENYAS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1385. ORVILLE CLIFFORD CAREY. 

Present address, 486 Minor Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, December 20, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught Physics, Chemistry and General Science at Kewaunee, Wiscon- 
sin. Physics, Zoology and General Science at Mauston, Wisconsin. 

13S«. KUN FAX CHEX. 

Present address, c/o Chinese Educational Mission, 2312 19th Street, 
N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Born, Hangchow, Chekiang, China. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Harvard University. Degree, A. B. Law- 
rence, M. B. S. Harvard. Student in the graduate school of Business 
Administration at Harvard University. 

1387. SHU CHEXG. 

Present address, c/o Teachers' College, Columbia L T niversitv, New 
York. 

Born, Peking, China. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Chicago; Teachers' Col- 
lege Columbia University. Student at Columbia. 

13SS. HARRIET COLBIRN. 

Present address, Shiocton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Waupaca, Wisconsin, August 4, 1898. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been engaged in teaching. 

1389. OLIVE ISABELLE DAVIS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1390. LOIS DeSWARTE. 

Present address, 298 Church Street, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 
Born, October 1, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Is occupied as a sanitary technician and teaches Nurses' Routine 
Laboratory Work at the Milwaukee Hospital. 
Member of the Eastern Star. 

1391. FRANCES DIXOX. 

Present address, 231 So. 8th Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 
Born, April 14, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. 
Lawrence, M. A. University. 

Engaged in teaching History at Madison high school. 



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1392. JENNIE DIXON. 

Present address, 231 So. 8th Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. 
Taught in Madison high school. 

1393. WILLIAM DOLL. 

Present address, 849 Fortieth St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 
Studied law University of Wisconsin. 
Is practicing law at Seattle. 
Failed to report. 

1394. DOROTHY BLANCHE DUNN. 

Present address, 104 Marinette Avenue, Marinette, Wisconsin. 

Born, May 29, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 

Teaching English in high schools. 

1395. LAWRENCE DUNN. 

Present address, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1396. WALTER EILER. 

Present address, Miles City, Montana. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 
Advertising manager of general store. 

1397. BERNICE ENGLEKE. 

Present address, Fall River, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 
Been teaching at Walworth, Wisconsin. 

1398. CYLDE M. EWERS. 

Present address, Marion, Wisconsin. 

Lorn, December 12, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin summer session. 
Degree, Ph. B. 

Was in war service June 1917 to October 1919. Now principal at 
Marion high school. 

Married, October 29, 1919, to Zella Keene, class of 191G, of Sparta, 
Wisconsin. Children: Benjamin David, one year. 

1399. IRENE MARIE FINNEGAN. 

Present address, 538 Forsyth Avenue, Hammond, Indiana. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teaching in high school at Hammond, Indiana. Treasurer of G. F. S. 
of America. 



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1400. LORN A FLOYD. 

Present address, Eureka, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught at Manawa, Wisconsin. 
Member Epsilon Alpha Phi. 

1401. IRENE HAZEL POL.TZ. 

Present address, 1442 Third Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 28, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching at Wisconsin Rapids and Tomah high schools. 

Member of Tomah Civic Club. 

140S. ARTHUR LESTER FREDRICK. 

Present address, Beaver Dam, Wisconisn. 

Educated, Lawrence College; two years graduate work Northwestern 
University. Degree, Ph. B. Lawrence, M. A. Northwestern. Awarded 
Fellowship in the Department of Religious Education for coming year. 

1408. GRACE MAE GATES. 

Present address, Mauston, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 10, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been teaching History and French at Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, 
since graduation. Been Camp Fire Guardian. Affiliated with the Eastern 
Star. 

1404. HAROLD M. GILMORE. 

Present address, 630 University Place, Evanston, Illinois. 

Born, April 5, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Northwestern University. Department of 
Religious Education. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. M. A. Northwestern Uni- 
versity. 

Joined Acacia Fraternity; Scoutmaster; director of Religious Educa- 
tion at St. Lukes M. E. church, Chicago, 1920-1921; 1st Congregational 
church 1921-1922. 

1405, MYRON GLASSEN. 

Present address, Montfort, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1400. ESTHER M. GRAEF. 

Present address, 974 Atlantic Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught Mathematics at Gwinn, Michigan, during year 1920-1921. The 
past year been teaching at Port Washington. 



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1407. AI/VIN GRUENKE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught at Gladstone, Michigan. 

140S. MARGARET MARY HAIGHT. 

Present address, Prescott, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Summer session Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Library course. 

Taught since graduating at Rhinelander and Marion, Wisconsin. 

1409. AGNES (HAMMOND) WARD. 

Present address, Durand, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1410. OVIDIA HANSING. 

Present address, Chengtu Sze, West China. 

Born, December 15, 1889. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Studied Chinese language 
one year. Second year doing half time teaching and half time study of the 
Chinese language. 

Now teaching Art, Music, Games and Gymnastics, Child Study. Next 
year expects to take over Psychology and Principles of Teaching. 

1411. BIRDIE L. HASLEY. 

Present address, R. R. 2, Box 198, So. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 8, 1893. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. Graduate also of Mil- 
waukee Normal School. 

Taught English in Durand high school the past two years. Member 
of the Alumni Association of the North Division high school, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin. Also Milwaukee State Normal School and Lawrence College. 
Member of National Sunshine Society organized for social work and charity. 
Also National Educational Association. Have been directing choir and 
coached plays. 

1412. ANNE HAWES. 

Present address, 570 College Avenue, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 3, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College; also post graduate work at Lawrence. 
Graduated also from Busheys' Commercial course. Since graduation has 
been teaching Bushey's Business College and teaching in the Appleton 
vocational school. 

Member A. A. U. W. Secretary Kappa Alpha Alumni. 

1413. GRACE E. (HAYLETT) HARTLETT. 

Present address, Evansville, Wisconsin. 

Born, Menomonie Falls, Wisconsin. 

Has been teaching English in Manitowoc. Now teaching at Evansville, 
Wisconsin. 

Married, September, 1922, to Chester T. Hartlett of Lawrence, class 
of 1921. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 499 



1414. THOMAS J. HOGG. 

Present address, Melrose, Wisconsin. 
Born, October 15, 1897, Mason City, Iowa. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
At present assistant cashier, Bank of Melrose. 

1415. K. WEI-MING HSU. 

Present address, Mercantile Trust Co., San Francisco, California. 

Born, Chekiang, China. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Harvard University. 
Degree, M. B. A. Has been studying at Harvard since graduation. 

Permanent address, c/o Chinese Educational Mission, 2312 19th St., 
X. W., Washington, D. C. 

1416. YU-SHENG HIA.XG. 

Present address, 41 Snell Hall, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, April 13, 1897, in China. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. University of Chicago, 
post graduate work in Department of Education. 

Intends to go to Columbia University this fall. Has been lecturing 
to various religious, civic and literary groups in Chicago and its suburbs. 

Permanent address, c/o Chinese Educational Mission, 2312 19th Street, 
X. W., Washington, D. C. 

1417. HERMAN JOHNSON. 

Present address, 238 E. Johnson Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 15, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, Ph. B. 

Two years head of Chemical Department, Central Wisconsin College, 
Scandinavia, Wisconsin. 

Member of Masonic order. 

Married, October 6, 1920, to Ethel Care, Xeenah, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: Elizabeth Jane, 1 year. 

1418. FLORENCE ELOISE JUDSON. 

Present address, Escanaba, Michigan. 
Failed to report. 

1419. MURIEL, PATRICIA KELLY. 

Present address, 551 Franklin Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Special feature writer for Milwaukee Junction Journal. First woman 
in America to ride in an airplane. Derby. Was publicity secretary for 
Xational Conference of Social Work at Milwaukee, April to July, 1921. 
Been with the Post-Crescent Co. of Appleton since 1921. Publicity chair- 
man of Appleton Woman's Club. President Appleton Alumni of Theta 
Sigma Phi. 

1430. ROLAND A. KLAUS. 

Present address, Winneconne, Wisconsin. 
Born, Winneconne, Wisconsin, June 12, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College; studying at University of Chicago. 
Degree, B. A. Lawrence. 

With Bankers Life Company 1920-1921. 
Member Square and Compass. 



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1401. MIKE KLEIN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

142-2. EVALYN L. (KOCH) GRIFFITH. 

Present address, 674 Union Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Appleton high school; Stout Institute; Lawrence College. 
Degree, Ph. D. 

Married, 1920, to Harold O. Griffith of Menominee, Michigan. Chil- 
dren: Rosemary, age 6 months. 

1423. KWEI CHUNG SHU. 

Present address, Kai Hsien City, China. 

Born, Kai Hsien, China. 

Been doing graduate work in Columbia. 

1424. L. KEVILL LARSON. 

Present address, 230 Center Street, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 8, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Will matriculate at Oxford University in 1922 as Rhodes Scholar from 
Wisconsin. One summer with Chautauqua circuit. One year manager of 
Minneapolis-St. Paul Branch office of the Western Steel Products Co. 
Financial secretary of Lawrence College, on Alumni, pulling out their 
dollars. 

1425. MERTON S. LEAN. 

Present address, Y. M. C. A., Wausau, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 21, 1897, Osceola, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Chautauqua platform manager, 1920. Boy Scout Work, 1920-21-22. Y. 
M. C. A. Boys' Club Leader. High school teacher at Wausau, Latin and 
Athletics. 

142«. LAWRENCE LEARNED. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught at River Falls and Manitowoc. 

1437. FLORENCE J. LEAVITT. 

Present address, West Salem, Wisconsin. 
Born, May 25, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Studied last summer 
at School of Expression, Boston, Massachusetts. 

Traveled throughout the East. At present teaching expression. 

1438. LORAINE W. LOMAS. 

Present address, 131 Oneida Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teaching Mathematics. 



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14.10. HOWARD J. LOWRY. 

Present address, 249 Pond Street, So. Madison, Wisconsin. 

Born,' June 22, 1894. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin and high school. 
Degree, Ph. B. Lawrence, LL. B. Wisconsin. 

Was in the war. Served with 32nd Division as Second Lieutenant 
Inf. June 24, 1917 to February 18, 1918. With same Division in France 
as 1st Lieutenant. February 1918 to July 1919. Wounded in action at 
Chateau Thierry. In U. S. Claims Service in France for ten months 
thereafter. Became associated with the law firm of Wylie and Sutherland 
on February 3, 1922. 

Member of Masons, Knights of Pythias, Gun and Blade, U. W. 
Chapter, American Legion (Madison Post), Red Arrow Club. 

Married. Martha Shufflebotham of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Lawrence 
graduate. Children: Jeanne Marie, age 6 months. 

1 440. MABEL McGOWAN. 

Present address, Milton Junction, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught at Jefferson, Wisconsin. 

1441. 3IYRA MacINNIS. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 
Teaching in high school at Waupaca, Wisconsin. 

1442. CORNELIA MAY (WILLIAMS) MacINNIS. 

Present address, Jefferson, Wisconsin. 
Born, May 9, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
High school teacher at Viroqua and Edgerton. 

Married, June 29, 1918, to Earl C. Maclnnis, Lawrence College grad- 
uate. Children: Donald Earl, age 2; Douglas Norman, 4 months. 

1443. GEORGETTE MARCH AND. 

Present address, unknown. 

1444. REXFORD S. MITCHELL. 

Present address, River Falls, Wisconsin. 
Born, January 5, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Served in the world war. Instructor of Public Speaking River Falls 
State Normal School. 

Married, 1921, to Muriel E. Larson, Neenah, Wisconisn. 

1445. SUZANNE MOREAU. 

Present address, 454 Jefferson Street, Portland, Oregon, 

Born, Rheims, France. 

Been teaching in private school. 



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144«. MARION NEWELL,. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College, Degree, A. B. 
Been teaching at Plainfield, Wisconsin. 

1447. MARJORIE (NEWTON) ROSECRANCE. 

Present address, 860 27th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born, Waupun, Wisconsin, August 14, 1897. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Since leaving college, been teaching in Commercial Department of 
Waukegan Township high school, Waukegan, Illinois. 

Married, 1922, Francis Rosecrance, Lawrence graduate. 

1448. JOSEPH NOW AK. 

Present address, 909 6th Street, Sparks, Nevada. 
Born, Kewaunee, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught at Judith Cap high school. Science and Athletics. Last year 
at Sparks, Nevada. 

1440. JOSEPHINE GLENN OLDENBERG. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1450. JAMES V. O'LEARY. 

Present address, Iowa City, Iowa. 

Born, October 11, 1898, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; State University of Iowa. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. S. Iowa. Graduate student and assistant in Chemistry 
Department at University of Iowa. 

Alpha Chi Sigma Chemical Fraternity, American Chemical Society. 

1451. IVA PALMER. 

Present address, Oakfield, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Taught in Ironwood, Michigan. 

1452. CHARLES EDWARD PRAHL. 

Present address, Berlin, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1453. MABEL H. PURVES. 

Present address, 726 Water Street, Hancock, Michigan. 

Born, August 20, 1896, at Wausaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching history in the Hancock, Michigan high school. 



LAWRENCE COLLEGE ALUMNI RECORD 503 



1454. LLCILLE RALPH. 

Present address, Cuba City, Wisconsin. 

Born, 1897. 

Educated, Platteville Normal School; Lawrence College. Degree Ph. 
B. Lawrence. 

Taught English and Dramatics in North Side high school, Dixon, 
Illinois. The year previous taught Stoughton, Wisconsin. At present 
employed by National Educational Association and working in the State of 
Washington in cities on Puget Sound. Will teach in Dixon, Illinois, next 
year. 

1455. AVILLIAM ARTHUR RALSTON. 

Present address, 1131 Charles Street, Rockford, Illinois. 

Born, July 19, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been engaged in the work of teaching. 

14545. PAIL RIXER. 

Present address, Niagara Falls, New York. 
Failed to report. 

1457. EMORY SIDNEY ROGERS. 

Present address, Marion, Wisconsin. 
Born, April 26, 1895, Marion, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Engaged as assistant manager of Rogers & Johnson, Manufacturers. 
Married, April 14, 1917, to May L. Gropp of Baraboo, Wisconsin. Chil- 
dren: James G., 2 years; Thomas E., 7 months. 

1459. ESTHER JOY RONMNG. 

Present address, Desplaines, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching in high school at Desplaines. Illinois. 

14601 FRANCIS ROSECRAXCE. 

Present address, 860 27th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Born, Rockford, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been teaching since graduation in one of the Milwaukee high 
schools. 

1461. RLTH MARY SAECKER. 

Present address, 726 Union Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, July 10, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. R. 

Taught in high schools at Rhinelander and Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Member of A. A. U. W.. secretary of Lawrence Alumni Association, 
President of Alumnae of Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. 



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1462. RUTH SANDBORN. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Northwestern University. Degree, A. B 
Lawrence, M. A. Northwestern. Just completed two years of graduate 
work at Northwestern University. Has a scholarship at Radcliffe College 
for 1922-1923 and will continue work in History. 

1463. GUSTAVE SCHALK. 

Present address, Berlin, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1464. LAURA SCHRAMM. 

Present address, Platteville, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1465. EDWARD G. SCHULTZ. 

Present address, 254 Ellis Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Born, July 21, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Teacher, Mosinee. 

Member of University Square Club, Gamma Tau Beta Frat, American 
Legion. 

Active in church matters. 

Married, February 1, 1922, to Canilla Decker, Milwaukee. 



1467. BETH STANLEY. 

Present address, Clintonville, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. 
Been teaching high school. 

1468. JAKE (THOMAS) LITTLE. 

Present address, 478 Pacific Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Columbus Junction, Iowa, August 11, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Assistant instructor in Chemistry in the Appleton high school, 1920- 
1921. 

Member of P. E. O. and the A. A. U. W. 

Married, September 9, 1920, to H. B. Little of Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Children: Elizabeth Jane, 1 year. 



1469. ROBERT TURNER. 

Present address, Brandon, Wisconsin. 

Born, Brandon, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; State University of Iowa. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence, M. S. Iowa. 

Analytical chemist United Drug Company, St. Louis, Missouri, 
August 1920 to February 1921. Instructor in chemistry State University of 
Iowa, February 1921 to June 1922. Will next year be with the Emory 
School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, as assistant professor of Physiological 
Chemistry. 



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1470. WILLIAM WATERPOOL. 

Present address, Kaukauna. Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1471. MARJORIE G. WHITING. 

Present address, Marion, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 27, 1896. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Madison, Wisconsin; Cregg School, 
Chicago, Illinois. 

Been teaching at Marion, Wisconsin. Interested in basketball and 
musical activities, etc. 

1472. LEAH WILDHAGE\. 

Present address, 655 Durkee Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught in Richland Center 1920-21 in History Department. 1921-1922 
at home and taking advanced work in History at Lawrence College. 

1473. ESTHER AVILLARD. 

Present address, New London, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. and M. A. 
Taught first year. Last year been doing graduate work in Chemistry at 
Lawrence College. 

1474. AXAMARY WILLIAMS. 

Present address, Cambria, Wisconsin. 
Born, Wabasha, Minnesota, March 29, 1898. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Taught high school at Green Lake and Welsh Prairie. Following 
year is to teach at home city. Interested in Shakespeare Club and O. E. S. 

117.-,. ARTHUR WALTER WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 2111 N. Chestnut Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Born. Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. LL. D. Wisconsin. 

Member Beta Sigma Phi Fraternity 

1470. ROBERT DICKSON WINN. 

Present address, 1600 Block School Street, Rockford, Illinois. 
Failed to leport. 

1477. EDITH WOOD. 

Present address, Appleton. Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Columbia University. A. B. degree Law- 
rence. Has been studying Vocational Education Columbia University. Will 
next year be at work for the Board of Education, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania. 



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1478. GEORGE J. WOOD. 

Present address, Brookings, Oregon. 

Born, July 7, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. 

Was in military service during the war. At present cashier of the 
Brookings State Bank. 

Married, June 29, 1920, to Margaret A. Cooke of Kaukauna, Wiscon- 
sin. Lawrence graduate. Children: Elizabeth May, 3 months. 

1479. ARTHUR L. WUNDROW. 

Present address, Kimberly, Wisconsin. 

Born, December 12, 1897. 

Educated, Griffin College; Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Lawrence. 
Coach of Kimberly-Clark Wrestling and . Boxing team. Scoutmaster. At 
present assistant sulphite superintendent, Kimberly-Clark Co., Kimberly, 
Wisconsin. 

1480. EDNA (YOUTZ) CHRISTOPHERSON. 

Present address, 9 Manila Avenue, Hammond, Indiana. 
Failed to report. 



LXV. CLASS OF 1921. 

1481. GORDON LESTER ABBEY. 

Present address, 5455 Harper Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, November 26, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 

At present chemist with Morris & Co., Chicago. 

1482. LAWRENCE E. BALZA. 

Present address, 303 N. Maple Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Born, August 27, 1900, at Green Bay, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Member Sullivan Post of American Legion, Knights of Columbus. 
Secretary of Wisconsin Battery & Ignition Co. of Green Bay, Wis- 
ronsin. Also salesman for E. J. Balza Co. 

14S3. DOROTHY BEGGS. 

Present address, R. F. D., Dousman, Wisconsin. 
Born, May 10, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been teacher of History and Latin in Jefferson, Wisconsin. 
1484. WALTER H. BEIER. 

Present address, Weyauwega, Wisconsin. 

Born, Charles City, Iowa. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching at Weyauwega, assistant principal of the high school. 
Will spend next year at University of Wisconsin, working for degree of 
Master of Commerce. 

Member of Masonic Lodge, American Legion. Plays cornet in orchestra. 
Member of city male quartette. Spent summer vacations as salesman. 



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1485. LETA S. BREYER. 

Present address, Medina, Wisconsin. 
Born, September 1, 1900. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Teacher of Mathematics at Antigo, Wisconsin. Position for year to 
come at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Member of Phi Beta Kappa; also Alpha Delta Pi. 

148<»\ MABEL STOREY CASS. 

Born, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. T!. 

Engaged in teaching at the Antigo high school. 

1487. AGXES B. CHURCHILL. • 

Present address, 686 Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Teaching English in high school. 

14SS. SAMUEL COOKSOX. 

Present address, Wautoma, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 3, 1881. 

Educated, Lawrence College, A. B. degree. 

Acted as pastor of Methodist church at Wisconsin Conference. At 
present financial secretary of Lawrence College. 

Married, May 28, 1903. Children: John, 17, Albert Wesley, 15, 

Frank Barker, 13 and Dorothy Adelaide 10 years. 

1489. WILLIAM PHILIP CORR. 

Present address, 323 So. Ashland Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, February 15, 1900, Horicon, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. 

Been studying medicine in the University of Wisconsin, and is now 
a Junior in the Rush Medical School. 

Member of Phi Beta Pi fraternity. 

President of Epworth League in Medical Center of Chicago. Last sum- 
mer employed as camp doctor State Y. M. C- A. Camp at Phantom Lake, 
Wisconsin. 

1400. GARFIELD WILLIAM DAY. 

Present address, 20 W. Tackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. 
Born, Tiffany, Wisconsin, December 11, 1894. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

General manager with A. P. Thompson. Has charge of three office 
buildings and 15 apartment buildings. 

1491, WILLARD L. DOERING. 

Present address, Stratford, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



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1492. CLARENCE L. DYSON. 

Present address, Lawrence College, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Born, October 1, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Harvard University. Degree, A. B. Law- 
rence, M. B. A. Harvard. 

Instructor in Commerce, Lawrence College. 

1403. DOROTHY MARIE FENTON. 

Present address, 320 E. Doty Avenue, Neenah, Wisconsin. 

Born, June 28, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been English teacher and librarian in high school, Norwood, Minne- 
sota. Assistant guardian of Camp Fire Girls. Made tour of Yellowstone 
Park and Colorado. 

1404. REUBEN R. FLETCHER. 

Present address, Jacksonville, Illinois. 
Failed to report. 

1405. JOHN R. GERRITTS. 

Present address, Little Chute, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1406. CLEMENT ROBERT HACKWORTHY. 

Present address, 5205 Lake Park Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 

Born, November 26, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

In Sales Department of Selz-Schwab Shoe Co., the largest shoe house 
in the world. Expects the coming year to travel in Wisconsin and Iowa, 
for this company. 

Sings in the Sunday Evening Club Choir, Chicago at Orchestra Hall. 

140S. CHESTER T. HARTLETT. 

Present address, 25 Madison Avenue, Room 1117, New York City. 

Born, October 20, 1896, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Is traveling secretary for the student volunteer movement. 

1490. ELMER J. HILKER. 

Present address, 913 Jefferson Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 
Has been studying Chicago University. 

15O0. FORREST WILLARD HOISINGTON. 

Present address, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. 
Born, April 13, 1898, at West Salem, Wisconsin. 

Is student in Divinity School, Harvard University and in Andover 
Theological Seminary. 

Member of Harvard University Glee Club. 



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1501. VIRGINIA HULBERT. 

Present address, Fall River, Wisconsin. 

Born, March 17, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. .V. B. degree. 

Has been teaching Latin and French in Oconto high school. 

Member of Eastern Star. 

150::. IANTHE MARIE JORSCH. 

Present address, 1401 Hamilton Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 

Born, October 25, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College; University of Wisconsin. Degree, B. A. 
Lawrence. 

Teaching English and Public Speaking in the Mellen high school, Wis- 
consin. 

1503. HELEN KELLER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College, Conservatory of Music. Degree, B. M. 

Teaching Music. 

l.%04. PEARLE KRAUSE. 

Present address, Colfax, Wisconsin. 
Born, June 4, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. A. B. degree. 

Has been teaching English at Sullivan, Illinois. Taken trips through 
the Southern States. 

Member of Shakespeare Club. 

1505. CATHARINE RUTH LEARNED. 

Present address, Markesan, Wisconsin. 
Born, Markesan, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B. 
Been teaching since graduation. 

154XJ. HOLLIS S. MARTIN. 

Present adress, 515 E. Lincoln Street, Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 11, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Bookkeeper for Howard & Hartgerink. 

1507. CAROL R. MAXSON. 

Present address. 48 Kenwood Avenue, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 
Born, Wausau, Wisconsin, 1898. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Has been teaching in Waterloo, Iowa, high school. Teacher in Gales- 
ville, Wisconsin, next year. 

1508. LESTER 31. MICHAELIS. 

Present address, 566 W. 190th Street, Apt. 3c, New York City. 

Born, June 18, 1898, Marion, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College; New York University. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence. Has scholarship leading to degree of Master of Science in 
Retailing in the graduate school of New York University. Is in school 
mornings, and works in New York's largest stores afternoons. 



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1509. ELIZABETH MORSE. 

Present address, Mount Hope, Wisconsin. 
Born, October 10, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been Science teacher in the Cashton high school for past year, and 
will return for next year. 

1510. HENRY DUDLEY MacFARLANE. 

Present address, 362 St. Marks Place, Staten Island, New York. 
Born, Oconto, Wisconsin, June 19, 1895. 

Educated, Lawrence College and Illinois University. Degree, A. B. 
Lawrence; graduate work Illinois. 

Bond salesman Guaranty Co. of New York. 

1511. JEAN M. MacFARLANE. 

Present address, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1512. DELLA (BURGESS) O'GERAN. 

Present address, University of Wisconsin, Madison, c/o Graduate 
Department. 

Born, Somers, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Last year studied 
Italian and Spanish University Extension Division, Milwaukee. 

Married, 1921 to Graeme O'Geran of Ludington, Michigan, Lawrence 
graduate. 

1513. DOROTHY L. PIERCE. 

Present address, Park Place, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, January 25, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching English in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Captain of Girl Scouts. 

Member of Kenosha College Club. 

1514. CHARLES E. POND. 

Present address, Wausau, Wisconsin, 921 E. Grant Street. 

Born, February 17, 1897, Babcock, Wisconsin. 

With the Graham Paper Co. of Chicago, 1136 So. Wabash Avenue. 

1515. CHRISTOPHER EDWARD PUGH. 

Present address. Racine, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1516. HAZEL E. QUAM. 

Present address, 718 7th Avenue, W., Ashland, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching History at Weyauwega, Wisconsin. Expect to teach 
next year at Wapello, Iowa. 



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ir,I7. MYRTLE A. HAYMAKER. 

Present address, 1125 Pine Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 21, 1900. 

Educated, Lawrence College; Northwestern University. Degree, A. 
B. Lawrence; M. A. Northwestern. 

Senior assistant psychologist, Institute for Juvenile Research, Chicago, 
Illinois. Had a Fellowship at Northwestern University in Psychology. 

1518. EDITH L. REXDALL. 

Present address, 5335 Race Avenue, Chicago, Ilinois. 
Born, Ashland, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Teaching in Durand high school. 

1519. HELEN C. RITCHIE. 

Present address, 303 Moore Street, Berlin, Wisconsin. 

Born, Royalton, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, B. A. 

Been teaching French and English in Berlin high school. 

1520. RUTH M. ROHRER. 

Present address, 54 6th Street, Clintonville, Wisconsin. 
Born, August 12, 1899, at Clintonville, Wisconsin. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been teaching in Baldwin high school. 

1521. FRANK A. SARISH. 

Present address, Montfort, Wisconsin. 
Born,. February 16, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been teaching in Fond du Lac high school. 
Member of Delta Iota and Pi Delta Epsilon. 

1522. RUTH EMMA SCHOLES. 

Present address, Endeavor, Wisconsin. 
Born, August 18, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 
Been teaching at Sidell, Illinois. 

1523. FREDERICK LANGER SCHRECKENBERG. 

Present address, 707 Oneida Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 16, 1890, Detroit, Michigan. 

Educated, Weidner Institute, Mulberry, Indiana; University of To- 
ronto, Toronto, Canada; Waterloo Seminary, Waterloo, Ontario; Chicago 
Lutheran Seminary, Maywood, Illinois; Lawrence College, Appleton, Wis- 
consin. Degree, A. B. Lawrence, B. D. Chicago Lutheran Seminary. 

Church work, pastor, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Member of Educational Committee. Chamber of Commerce. Vigilance 
Committee, Program Committee, Ministerial Association. President of Sun- 
day School Association, of the Wisconsin Conference, Ev. Lutheran Synod 
of the Northwest. 

Married, May 1, 1917, to Ruth Olin, Chicago, Illinois. Children: 
Frederick Luther, age 4; Robert Olin,, age 6 months. 



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1524. ESTHER I,. STRUCK. 

Present address, 1322 Second Street, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Born, Appleton, Wisconsin, April 9, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Been teaching Mathematics in Oconto high school. 

1525. HOLLAND V. TURNER. 

Present address, Brandon, Wisconsin. 

Born, August 21, 1898. 

Since leaving Lawrence, has been in Iowa City, Iowa, attending State 
University as graduate assistant in Chemistry. Also doing work in 
Medicine in sophomore year. Affiliated with Pi chapter of Phi Beta Pi. 

1526. KING HSUI TU. 

Present address, Garrett Biblical Institute, c/o Community Service, 
Evanston, Illinois. 

Born, Tien Tsin, China. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

During past year has been studying in Garrett Biblical Institute, 
Evanston, Illinois. 

1527. JACK H. VINCENT. 

Present address, 703 S. Naches Avenue, Yakima, Washington. 
Born, October 10, 1899. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

During past year did Community Service as Executive Secretary, at 
Yakima. 

Member of Rotary Club and Elks Club. 

1528. RAYMOND GEORGE WAGNER. 

Present address, Windom, Minnesota. 

Born, August 6th, 1898. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

During last year taught Civics and History, in high school. 

1529. ARNO HENRY WALLSCHLAEGER. 

Present address, 72 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. 

Born, May 1, 1897. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Boston School of Theo- 
logy. 

Interested in "Student Fellowship for Christian Life Service/' Holds 
office in this organization of treasurer. 

1530. DOROTHY (WATSON) ORR. 

Present address, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 

1531. G. EARL WATSON. 

Present address, Fall River, Wisconsin. 
Failed to report. 



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1532. EDWARD STANTON WETTERGREEN. 

Present address, 515 So. Second Street, Rockford, Illinois. 
Born, July 25, 1896, Rockford, Illinois. 
Educated, Lawrence College; Degree, A. B. 

During past year has been teaching in Stratford Graded School as 
principal. Bookkeeping during last summer. 

1533. FRANK STEWART WILLIAMS. 

Present address, 972 Grover Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

Born, September 10, 1899, at Woodstock, Illinois. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Studying in Boston 

University School of Theology. 

Assistant in the physical and boys' department of the Boston Y. M. C. 
A. Member of Boston Y. M. C. A. 1922 track team. Also acting as pastor 
of the Readville Union Church. 

1534. RUTH P. WUERSCH. 

Present address, 691 Third & Plover Streets, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis- 
consin. 

Born, August 8, 1899, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 

Educated, Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. 

Took teachers' librarian course in Stevens Point State Normal. Been 
teaching in Stockbridge high school. 

1535. TIEN SHON YANG. 

Present address, 527 W. 124th Street, New York City. 
Born, Tien Tsin, China. 

Educated, in China and Lawrence College. Degree, A. B. Now study- 
ing in Columbia University. 

1536. STONELAKE YING PU YOUNG. 

Present address, 813 Foster Street, Evanston, Illinois. 
Born, 1898, in Wusih, Kian Jsu, China. 
Educated, Lawrence College. Degree A. B 

Graduate School of Commerce Northwestern University, Evanston, 
Illinois. 



LXVI. CLASS OF 1922. 

1637. ESTHER MAY BALDWIN. 

Present address, Escanaba, Michigan. 

1538. REYNOLD OLIVER BASSUENER. 

Present address, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin. 

1539. MABEL HARRIET BECKENSTRATER. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 



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1540. EUNICE LAURA BOGIE. 

Present address, Rome, Wisconsin. 

1541. BERNARD LUDWIG BRAUNSCHWEIG. 

Present addi"ess, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. 

1542. GWENDOLYN BROWN. 

Present address, New Salem, North Dakota. 

1543. WILLIAM DeFOREST BROWN. 

Present address, Bloomington, Wisconsin. 

1544. LAWRENCE JAMES CARROLL. 

Present address, Hortonville, Wisconsin. 

1545. LILLIAN PIRA CASE. 

Present address, Racine, Wisconsin. 

1540. NORMA BEATRICE CASS. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 

1547. SAE WON CHANG. 

Present address, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 

1548. HARRY AVILLARD CLARK. 

Present address, Appleton. Wisconsin. 

1549. ADAH MAY CLELAND. 

Present address, Owen, Wisconsin. 

1550. VERNON WILLIAMS COUILLARD. 

Present address, Oconto, Wisconsin. 

1551. LETHA MARGARET DAMBRUCH. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1552. WILLIAM CHAFFEE EDDY. 

Present address, Shelbyville, Illinois. 

1553. DOROTHY GRACE ELLIS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin . 



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1554. MILDRED SPENCER FULTON. 

Present address, Kaukauna, Wisconsin. 

1555. HELMER EMANUEL HAGEN. 

Present address, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. 

155«. WINIFRED ROSAMOND HARVEY. 

Present address, Amherst, Wisconsin. 

1557. AILEEN NORMA HENRY. 

Present address, Jefferson, Wisconsin. 

1558. ERMA MAE HENRY. 

Present address, Jefferson, Wisconsin. 

155!). RALPH RAYMOND HOLLIDAY. 

Present address, Milton, Wisconsin. 

1500. CHARLES RICHARD HOOLEY. 

Present address, 710 Maryland Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

1501. MINA HOUAVERS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1502. EARL H LAN CHARD HUNTING. 

Present address, Racine, Wisconsin. 

1563. MARJORIE PEARL HUGHES. 

Present address, Antioch, Illinois. 

1504. IRWIN WILFORD JOHNSON. 

Present address, Larson, Wisconsin. 

1505. CLEMENT DONALD KETCHUM. 

Present address, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

1504. CHARLES PATTERSON LE RICHEUX. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1500. MARGARET OLIVE LUCE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 



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1567. FLORENCE ESTHER MALLEKY. 

Present address, Berlin, Wisconsin. 

15G8. VIVIAN HAROLD McCANDLESS. 

Present address, Antigo, Wisconsin. 

1569. CLINTON TOBY McCREEDY. 

Present address, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

1570. GENEVIEVE MAY McGOWAN. 

Present address, Milton Junction, Wisconsin. 

1571. RUSSELL MESEROLE. 

Mineral Point, Wisconsin. 

1572. ERNST GEORGE MOLL. 

Present address, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

1573. LLOYD WALLACE MORRIS. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1574. HERBERT ROLAND MLNDHENKE. 

Present address, University of Illinois. 

1575. WALLACE LE ROY NELSON. 

Present address, Racine, Wisconsin. 

157G. WILLIAM B. NEWING. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

1577. LORETTA FANOIE PAGEL. 

Present address, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. 

1578. GLADYS ARMADA PARKER. 

Present address, Marshfield, Wisconsin. 

1579. IRENE MAY RAMSAY. 

Present address, Delavan, Wisconsin. 

1580. ALFRED RONALD ROOT. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 



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1581. LILLIAN IDA SCHLAFKE. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1552. MARGARETTA A. STEELE. 

Present address, Melvina, Wisconsin. 

1553. RUTH HENRIETTA SWANSON. 

Present address, Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

1554. MAE HELEN SWARTZLOW. 

Present address, Sparta, Wisconsin. 

1585. ELIZABETH BELL TOWNE. 

Present address, Evanston, Illinois. 

1586. HELEN MARIA WILLIAMS. 

Present address, Viroqua, Wisconsin. 

1587. PERCY THOMAS WOOLLEY. 

Present address, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

1588. WINIFRED JEAN WOOD. 

Present address, Appleton, Wisconsin. 

1589. LEON HENRY YOUMANS. 

Present address, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 



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OLD STUDENTS 

Abrahamson, Elmer J., 316 Jackson St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

Actenberg, Carl, 12 S. Orchard St., Madison, Wis. 

Adams, Addie Mertschy. 

Adams, Albert W., Kewaunee, Wis. 

*Adams, Edward — deceased Nov. 17, 1920. 

Aebischer, Fred, Chilton, Wis., R. R. 

Alban, Henry. 

Alban, Helen. 

Albers, J. F., Antigo, Wis. 

Albers, William W., Wausau, Wis. 

Alexander, Clinton, Soperton, Wis. 

Alexander, John, Port Edwards, Wis. 

Alexander, Russell B. 

Allen, Mabel (Deily) (Mrs. Chas. S.,) Wells, N. Y. 

Allen, Mildred (Socha) (Mrs. George,) Aurora, 111. 

Almon, Perry, Weyauwega, Wis. 

Ames, Vern, c/o Kimberly-Clark Co., Kimberly, Wis. 

Anderson, Charles W., Stevens Point, Wis. 

Anderson, David 0., 20 W. 190th St., New York City. 

Anderson, Elna. 

Anderson, D. 0., 50 Church St. 

Anderson, Mrs. Henry C, (LeTendre, Mabel,) 1436 

Thomas St., Marinette, Wis. 
Anderson, Henry L., Box 15, Brocton, N. Y. 
Anderson, Laura, 199 New York Ave., Oshkosh Wis. 
Andreason, Valdemar A., c/o C. W. Nelson, Waupaca, Wis. 
Andrews, Celia, South Wayne, Wis. 
Andrus, Dr. Dell, Masonic Temple, Ashland, Wis. 
Anthes, Amy, Clintonville, Wis. 
Argo, Kate H. (Torreyson) (Mrs. N. D.,) Red Lodge, 

Mont., P. O. Box 146. 
Arhelger, Rev. Louis, Lancaster, Wis. 
Arms, James J. 

Armstrong, Claudine, Oconto, Wis. 
Armstrong, Will, 1136 Main St., Oconto, Wis. 
Arndt, Fred, Barron, Wis. 

Arndt, Marguerite (Kirby) (Mrs. Fred,) Barron, Wis. 
Arndt, Mary (Fish) (Mrs. Phil,) 615 Hawthorne Ave., 

S. Milwaukee, Wis. 
*Arneill, William A. — deceased. 
Arnold, Rev. E. C. 

Arnold, George M., 2437 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Arnold, Grace, (Whiston,) 731 Park Ave., Beloit, Wis. 



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Arnold, Elinor (Tracy) (Mrs. Roger D.,) Y. M. C. A., 

Tariyuanfre, Shausi, China. 
Arnquist, Dr. A. S., 896 Payne Ave., St Paul, Minn. 
Ashman, Elizabeth. 
Ashton, Mabel (Charlton) (Mrs. L. B.,) 29 McKinley 

Ave., Kewanee, 111. 
Ashton, T. E., Opportunity, Wash. 
Athey, Idah (Barnett) (Mrs. Robt. D.,) Neenah, Wis. 

Box 67. 
Atkinson, Francis, Albany, Wis. 
Austermann, Carrie (Jenks) (Mrs.,) 202 N. Orchard St., 

Madison, Wis. 
Austin, Aura (Hills) (Mrs. Ira D.,) Janesville, Wis., R. 6. 
Austin, Ira, Janesville Wis. R. 6. 
Austin Julia, Janesville, Wis. 

Austin, Emma L., 694 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee Wis. 
Austin, H. L., Evansville, Wis. 
Babcock, Ernest B., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Babcock, John, Auto Supply Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Babcock, Vera, Mount Horeb, Wis. 
Bade, Eleanor (Attehn) (Mrs. C. W.,) 1817 Second Ave. S., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Baerman, Walter. 

Bailey, Dwight, Jr., Grand Junction, Colo. 
Bailey, George, Kenosha Wis., R. 36. 
Baker Ernest A., 628 Frederick Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Baker, Hannah (Stevens) (Mrs.,) 720 Rankin St., 

Appleton, Wis. , 

Baker, Frederick, 1021 Charles C. Chapman Bldg., Los 

Angeles, Calif. 
Baland, Rill (Morgan) (Mrs.,) 1324% State St., 

Boise, Idaho. 
Baldock, Irwin Lee, St Charles Hotel, Winnipeg, Canada. 
Baldwin, Charles, Appl eton, Wis. 

Ballaine, Florence (Drown) (Mrs.,) Cleveland, Okla. 
Ballard Royal, 925 Church St., San Francisco, Calif. 
Balliett Stephen D., 567 Walnut St., Appleton, Wis. 
Ballon, Mrs. Jessie T., 812 No. 6th St., Tacoma, Wash. 
Banker, Ethel (Kumlien) (Mrs.,) Brookings, So. Dakota. 
Bannister, Elizabeth (Davis) (Mrs. Kimball.) 
Banta, George Jr., 350 Park St., Menasha, Wis. 
Banta, Margaret (Killen) (Mrs. George,) 350 Park St., 

Menasha, Wis. 
Banta, Mark, Rhinelander, Wis. 
Banzhoff, Dr. George, Chicago, 111. 
Barber, Ellery. 

Barbour, Clare, 2007 E. State St., Rockford, 111. 
Barden, Nellie (Gamble) (Mrs. Frank,) Wausau, Wis. 



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Barker, Katharine, Astoria, Oregon. 
Barlass, Helen, 721 Wilson Ave., Menomonie, Wis. 
Barnes, Charles D., Limon, Colo., R. 2, Box 62. 
Barnes, Ruth (Bailey) (Mrs. Chas. D.,) Limon, Colo. 

R. 2, Box 62. 
Barnes, Arthur, and Wife, 800 W. Mountain Ave., Ft., 

Collins, Colo. 
Barnes, Harold D., 2313 Minneapolis Ave., Minneapolis, 

Minnesota. 
Barnes, Grace (Wing) (Mrs. Harold D.,) 2313 Minneapolis, 

Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Barnes, Howard W., Menasha, Wis 
Barnes Homer, Oregon, Wis. 
Barnett, Floy, Mt. Horeb, Wis. 

Barnett, Mayme (Brown) (Mrs. Robert,) Neenah, Wis. 
Barrington, Loma (Gordon) (Mrs. Harold P.,) Waupaca, Wis. 
Barron, William E., 634 33d St., Cairo, 111. 
Barron, Rae (Sheppard) (Mrs. William E.,) Cairo, 111. 
Barron, Fred A., Penobscot Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 
Barth, Mrs. Hugo, Otis Orchard, Wash. 
Barry, Justin, Knox College, Galesburg, 111. 
Bassett, Adeline (Brown) (Mrs. H. K.,) 726 Second Ave., 

Antigo, Wis. 
Bassett, Prof. Lee, Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. 
Bathke, Marie (Snyder) (Mrs. F. H.,) 1854 Laurel Ave., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Baughn, Elizabeth (Mills) (Mrs.,) 4334 So. "M" St., 

Tacoma, Wash. 
Bauman, Ruth, Athens, Wis. 
Bauman, Walter, Monroe, Wis. 
Bauter, Pearl (Simpson) (Mrs. Chas. E.) 
Beach, Earl C, 5021 No. Robey St., Chicago, 111., 

c/o Sears, Roebuck Co. 
Beach, Burns, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 
Beach, Otis. 
Beachel, Isabel (Harvey) (Mrs.,) 7700 Saginaw Ave., 

Chicago, 111. 
Beamsley, Carl F., c/o Nat'l Knitting Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Becker, Maude (Shepard) (Mrs. Karl.) 
Becker, Milo Erwin, 114 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, Calif. 
Beggs, Gerald A., 3820 Park Hill Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Beggs, Grace (Siddons) (Mrs. Gerald,) Milwaukee, Wis. 
Behm, Mabel (Olson) (Mrs. Julius,) Woodville, Wis. 
Behnke, Henry J., 437 Eldorado St., Appleton, Wis. 
Behnke, Mabel (Wolcott) (Mrs. Henry J.,) Appleton, Wis. 
Beitler, Lewis, Bloomington, Wis. 

Bell, Catherine. • 

Bell, Viola (Hooker) (Mrs.,) Waupun, Wis. 



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Bell, H., Waupun, Wis. 

Benn, Bessie (Harn) (Mrs.,) Viola, Wis. 

Bennett, Glenn, 1206 Fifth Ave., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Bennett, Florence (Mauer) (Mrs. J. F.,) Burlington, Wis. 

Bennett, Harry T., 416 N. Second St., Ishpeming, Mich. 

Benoit, Rose (Mory) (Mrs.) 

Benson, Frances (Ostergren) (Mrs. J. Raymond,) 35 

So. Lexington Ave., Apt. 36, St Paul, Minn. 
Benson, Ann (Wishek) (Mrs. Ryland E.,) Dousman, Wis. 
Berard, Mattie (Bronson) (Mrs. A. C.,) 637 Baker St., 

Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 
Berdan, Walter A., Auburndale, Wis. , 
Bergstrom, Nathan H., 418 Church St., Neenah, Wis. 
Berridge, Millicent, 1418 Myott Ave., Rockford, 111. 
Berry, Alice F. (Deming) (Mrs. Floyd,) 1103 N. Austin 

Blvd., Chicago, 111. 
Bibb, Helen 0. (Drown) (Mrs.,) Moberly, Mo. 
Bibby, Jos. W., Galesville, Wis. 
Bidwell, Charles W., West De Pere, Wis., R. 1. 
Biehn, Gertrude. 

Bienfang, Esther, Whitman Cons., Walla Walla, Wash. 
Bigelow, Mrs. Ira C, 61 Mack Blk., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Bigelow, 0. H., Palmyra, Wis. 

Bigford, Grace (Dick) (Mrs. R. C.) Manawa, Wis. 
Bishop, Ralph, 513 West 5th Ave., Maywood, 111. 
Bissell, Mrs. Murray, Escanaba, Mich. 
Black, Estelle E. 
Blake, James, Escanaba, Mich. 

Blakeley, Mildred, 268 W. Main St., Evansville, Wis. 
Blashfield, H. W., Neward, N. J. 
Bliss, Morton, c/o Bliss Printing Co., Rockford, 111. 
Bliss, Clio (Dewey) (Mrs. Morton,) Rockford, 111. 
Blood, Mamie (Whitman) (Mrs. George,) S. 2522 Hatch 

St., Spokane, Wash. 
*Bloomer, Isaac L., deceased. 
Blynd, Fannie (Mitchell) (Mrs.,) 512 Ridgely Apts., 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Boag, Elsie (Taylor) (Mrs. C. W.,) Delavan, Wis. 
Boardman, Aimee, 520 Howland Ave., Kenosha, Wis. 
Boardwin, Louise, 1413 So. Hamilton Ave., Racine, Wis. 
Bock, Millie L., West De Pere, Wis. 
Bock, Grace. 

Bohlman, W., Colfax, Nebr. 
Bohrnstedt, Leo, Galesville, Wis. 

Bonham, Grace (Stanley) (Mrs. J. L.) Baraboo, Wis. 
Boorman, Mrs. H. G., Chinook, Mont. 

Borcherdt Mrs. Carrie L., Ocean Beach, San Diego, Calif. 
Borden, Leighton, 760 Murray St., Milwaukee, Wis. 



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Borger, Irene (Gettelman). 

Bossard, Mattie (Carver) (Mrs. Guido,) Dubuque, Iowa. 

Bothwell, Dr., George W., 222 Randolph St., Waterloo, Iowa. 

Bowell, Genevieve, Merrill, Wis. 

Bowman, Dr. Frank, Detroit, Mich. 

Boyce, Mildred, 55 Cebra Ave., Staten Island, New York. 

Boyden, (Waterman) (Mrs. Will,) Chippewa 

Falls, Wis. 
Boyles, LeRoy L., 10543 97th St. Edmonton, Alberta. 
Boyle, Winifred (Sullivan) (Mrs. Howard H.,) Fond 

du Lac, Wis. 
Boyson, Lillian, 220 Waugoo St., Oshkosh, Wis. 
Braatz, Marcia (Pinkerton) (Mrs.,) Brandon, Wis. 
Bradford, A. Lawrence, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Bradford, Alfred S., 884 Prospect St., Appleton, Wis. 
Bradford, Francis S., 884 Prospect St., Appleton, Wis. 
Bradford F. S., Sr., 884 Prospect St., Appleton, Wis. 
Brain, Laura, Cameron, Wis. 
Brandt, Lloyd, Mount Hope, Wis. 
Braun, Alma, Merrill, Wis. 
Brennan, Madge, (Young,) Ashland, Wis. 
Brenyend, Leon. 

Brewer, Lizzie (Evans) (Mrs. I. C.,) St. Charles, Minn. 
Brewer, Robert, 706 Maryland Ave., Syracuse N. Y. 
Brewer, Dr. Frank B. 
Brewer, Gladys E. (Miller) (Mrs. Vivian,) 4936 Du Pont 

Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Brewster, George A. 2006 Park Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Briggs, Mrs. A. A., Peebles, Wis., R. 37. 
Briggs, Earl F. 
Brimmer, Virgie (Pond) (Mrs. C. H.,) 705 Bellis Ave., 

Wausau, Wis. 
Brinckley, Florence. 

Bristow, Everett E., 5139 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 
*Brockway, Walter, deceased. 
Brokaw, Theodora (North) (Mrs. Norman,) 308 Naymut 

St., Menasha, Wis. 
Brooks, Warren E., Mayville, Wis. 
Brooks, Mrs. Ruth. 
Brothers, Vera L., Menomonie, Wis. 
Brown, Mrs. Forrest A., 3402 Columbus Ave., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
Brown, Ruby (White) (Mrs. James C) Bertrand, Mo. 
Brown, Lulu. 
Brown, Rev. Paul. 
Brown, Mabel. 
Brown, Belle Kline. 
Brown, Thos. W., 837 W. 34th St., Los Angeles, Calif. 



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Bruce Esther (Weed) (Mrs. William R.,) Menasha, Wis. 

Brunschweiler, George. 

Bryden, Hazel, Greenwood, Wis 

Buchanan, Annette, 548 College Ave., Appleton, Wis. 

Buck, Glen, 30 N. Michigan Blvd., Chicago 111. 

Buckland Chester A., c/o Y. M. C. A., Spokane, Wash. 

Buckmaster, Bayard, 4503 Washburn Ave., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Buckmaster, Marguerite (Tripp) (Mrs. Bayard,) 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Buckman, Jennie, Rapid River, Mich. 

Bullock, Harley B., Gary, Ind. 

Bullock Harold R., 140 Franklin Ave., Oshkosh, Wis. 

Bully, Rev. C. J., 1542 Main St., Marinette, Wis 

Bunnell, Frank, West Point, N. Y. 

Byrum Leita (Bestow) (Mrs. Forrest,) Onida, So. Dak 

Burdick, Worden. 

Burns, E. H., Burlington, Wis. 

Burt, Ada, Wesley Memorial Hospital, Chicago, 111 

Busby, Fern, Arcadia, Wis. 

Buswell, Irma, Kendall, Wis. 

Butter, Merrill F., 832 Durkee St., Appleton, Wis. 

Button, Frank, Hood River, Oregon. 

Button Ethel (Pomeroy) (Mrs. Frank,) Hood River, Oregon. 

Butts Lydia (Gardmier) (Mrs. Jay,) 1805 N. C